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ₔ Free Read Hardcover ≸ Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less  € By Alex Soojung Kim Pang ⃛ ₔ Free Read Hardcover ≸ Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less € By Alex Soojung Kim Pang ⃛ I recommend Rest Why You Get More Done When You Work Less, by Alex Soojung Kim PangThe title says it all if you re prone to burnout or still believe that overwork actually works, this book will set you straight Arianna Huffington in an interview with Lifehacker.com Pang writes with an admirable focus on balance, on pleasure as well as success in the end, it s difficult to argue with his conclusions Kate Tuttle, Boston GlobeConsider this a much needed guide for the overworked a credible, factual case for chilling out and getting rest, by a well known Silicon Valley consultant VanityFair.comWhether by making space for daily naps, as Winston Churchill did during World War II going on hours long strolls like Charles Darwin or spending a week alone in a cabin like Bill Gates, pursuing what Pang calls deliberate rest is the true key to fulfillment and creative success BizTimesBlending scientific research with examples of writers, painters and thinkers, from Darwin to Stephen King, the author exposes how we have underestimated the power of rest for our success Daily Examiner Australia Finally, a full throated, exhaustively researched argument for why we should all work less and rest not just because we ll feel better no small thing but because we ll actually be creative and productive as a result Mason Currey, author of Daily Rituals How Artists WorkAlex Pang wants us to treat work and rest as equals In his fascinating, well researched and highly readable new book Rest, he makes an excellent case for the critical importance of rest in our lives, drawing from the rest habits of some of our most famous scientists, writers and creatives from history, from neuroscience research as well as examples from some of the most productive people working today You will consider how and why you rest in a completely new light after reading this book Wendy Suzuki, Ph.D professor of neural science and psychology at New York University and author of Healthy Brain Happy LifeFinally, indisputable proof that to raise happy, healthy, and productive adults, parents and educators must teach the next generation how to practice intentional resthow to partner work with play, exercise, and sleep Nanci Kauffman, head of Castilleja SchoolI love this book Rest weaves fascinating research and captivating stories into a wise prescription for a healthier, creative, and fulfilling life in a technology saturated world At heart, it is rest, in the many ways Pang describes, that contributes to our ability to be the best of what we can be Linda Stone, former executive, Apple and MicrosoftYou re holding some terrific advice in your hands on the virtues of walking, napping, and playing Pang has written a delightful and thought provoking book on the science of restful living Clive Thompson, columnist for Wired magazine and the author of Smarter Than You Think How Technology is Changing Our Minds for the BetterI became interested in the importance of rest in creative lives began when I noticed a paradox many of historys most accomplished thinkers, artists, writers, and composers organized their lives around their work, but not their days Figures as diverse as Charles Darwin, Salvador Dali, and Maya Angelou think about their work constantly, and achieve much than most of us, yet they spend fewer hours laboring than we do What accounts for their success The key is not the quantity of their work, but the quality of their rest Many super creative and productive people take a distinctive approach to rest.They see rest as a skill like speaking or running, its something we all do naturally, and can learn to do better.They learn to harness mind wandering they develop habits that give their brains a break, or give their unconscious minds time to explore new ideas.They treat rest with respect, and make time for it in their daily schedules.They recognize rest as a resource that can extend their creative lives Restblends history, biography, and recent work in neuroscience and psychology to uncover the critical but under recognized role rest plays in the lives of creative people It shows how creative figures structure their days to make good use of rest, and why long walks, afternoon naps, vigorous exercise, and deep play stimulate creative work and sustain creative lives. 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    • Hardcover
    • 319 pages
    • Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less
    • Alex Soojung Kim Pang
    • English
    • 2016-02-05T23:26+02:00