Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Knowledge Work

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An eight-hour day with two fifteen minute breaks and a longer lunch makes no sense to a laboring brain. Various sources of management advice recommend the following:

Work standing. A special purpose desk is good, a kitchen counter or bed risers under the legs of an existing work top serve just as well and are more versatile.

Eat six small meals a day.

Work fifty-two minutes, rest for seventeen. Try it. That seventeen minute “dog nap” (as Bucky Fuller called it) times out to the minute.


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