Friday 19th April 2019

    Why the pursuit of money isn't bringing you happiness- and what will - HBR


    A preponderance of evidence shows that the feeling of having enough time - "time affluence" - is now at a record low in the United States. When my team and I analyzed a survey of 2.5 million Americans by the Gallup Organization, we found that 80% of respondents did not have the time to do all they wanted to each day. This situation is so severe it could even be described as a "famine" - a collective cultural failure to effectively manage our most precious resource, time.
    Time poverty exists across all economic strata, and its effects are profound. Research shows that those who feel time-poor experience lower levels of happiness and higher levels of anxiety, depression, and stress.

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