Author: The Art of Manliness
"If you’re working 30 hours a week on a full-time job, it really pays to increase that. That’s just too low. Forty is too low. We found 50 hours in our data set, this is corporate America across a number of industries, about 50 hours a week is the point where it pays to go do 50. "
I don't know what area of work he studied, however, a lot of research has said that with at least programming, you're only working at max efficiency around 4 hours per day. This make me question the findings in this podcast.
it's very sad that most schools in North America (Canada) don't teach cursive any longer. Soon it may be a lost form of communication.
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I enjoyed this. Thumbs up
Guest is super passionate and plenty to learn about Washington and the political climate he was faced with.
Good episode with some nice facts about Reagan.
The fact that I WANT to identify as someone who likes to run, won't make me like to run. It's never sustainable to pretend that you're someone you're not.
Staci S Identify as someone who cares for his wellbeing and protects his cardiovascular health. Running is how you've chosen to realize that
Staci S yeah. aaand pretending to be something your not, is not really what's being encouraged...
I've tried meditation on a limited basis. For me I think it does help to relieve stress and relax but only for a short time. I believe that much if it is hype when it's carried to the extremes.
The ads are playing over part of the interview.
who can help college kids? we know is not academia, colleges or the media. are parents to blame for raising wimpy kids? what's their future once they leave college? it's a crude world out there, poor things, they're in for a huge surprise.
Love AOM! Keep em coming, Brett.
Pretty good introduction, not much new
the ad clip ad clip plays plays back again in the middle of the talk. couldn't get anything at this moment
This guy misidentified what core values actually even are, several times. Another waste of time episode.
Bryan Thiessen Grab a dictionary, then get a life.
Bruce Chestnutten What is the true definition of core values? I wasn't aware there is a universally-accepted definition, so I'd like to get more info on where that's found. Would the proper definition work in his framework for companies and families?
you can tell the guest speaker has experienced neither generalized anxiety disorder nor crippling depression, due to the number of false statements in this episode. normally love listening to AoM episodes, but this one's off.
Eddie Hart that's the difficult thing about depression (and anxiety, I assume - I don't have that, only the depression). I feel paralyzed by despair. He's saying to move - even a little bit - to not think about the FEELING and focus on the MOVEMENT. I can see the logic in this. I get so focused and wrapped up in the feelings that no movement takes place. The moment would help lessen the feelings.
So organizations shouldn't place too many entrepreneur types in the same department? "Sir! They're all gone!"
"Jabolski! Have you gone mad? What are you talking about? Who's gone?"
"Accounting. They're apparently starting an online e-commerce payment solution."
"My God. Jabolski get my wife on the phone"
"Yes, Sir. But--sir what about accounting?"
"Screw accounting. I quit. I'm going to finally pursue my dream of opening a yogurt shop."
This episode is packed with some tasty information. THANKS.
This podcast is great! So informative and helpful. I learned how to actually budget from this episode.