Oct 10, 2018
From saying "no" to juggling multiple projects, we've learned a lot about managing our workaholism over the past few months. So what's helped us the most? And where do we go from here?
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Disclaimer: The points of view expressed in this podcast are Kristin Wong and Dara...
Oct 3, 2018
Digital detoxing is the default solution to burnout, stress, and overwork. But is disconnecting realistic? And, more importantly, does it truly get to the heart of the problem?
In this episode, we talk to Tim Herrera, editor of the New York Times Smarter Living, about how to stay connected without letting connectivity...
Sep 26, 2018
Learning to say "no" is crucial for workaholics, who have a tendency to overcommit. In this week's episode, we cover some criteria for deciding when to say "no" and when to say "yes." We also discuss some research-backed strategies for being direct and effective with your no.
Sep 19, 2018
Is there a productivity trap? Is our culture obsessed with getting things done and checking tasks off lists? Kristin asks her former Lifehacker editors if we have a productivity problem.
Alan Henry (New York Times editor) and Whitson Gordon (writer, New York Times, Popular Science) make the case for productivity...with...
Sep 12, 2018
We tend to think of success linearly, in terms of how we'll feel once we reach the finish line. But what if the way we approach success actually leaves us feeling distracted, unfocused...and maybe even unsuccessful?
In this episode, we consider a different way to think about success: not just and end goal, but also a...