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May 13, 2008

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Clay Collins | The Growing Life

I really like your take here on productivity. This is part of a larger discussion about productivity and I'm glad you've made these points. Thank you.

The Financial Philosopher

Clay:

I must say that your views of productivity and "life hacks" have helped crystallize my own...

Thanks for the comment. You are still a "core holding" in my blog portfolio!

Thanks...

Mrs. Accountability

I really hate being in a big hurry and having to rush, rush, rush all the time. Not many years ago my life was much less busy than it is now. A big part of that was because I only worked 3 days a week. I've been working four days a week for over a year and I'm ready to go back to three days. Really hoping to make it happen by October. Found your blog through the 153rd Carnival of Personal Finance. Deep thoughts here, thanks for sharing.

The Financial Philosopher

Mrs. A:

Thanks for sharing your thoughts...

When we discover that we are in "the rat race" then we may begin to correct that kind of self-destructive behavior.

I wish you the best in your 3-day work week goal and hope you come back to this blog for any thoughts that can help along the way...

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One thorn of experience is worth a whole wilderness of warning. Practical wisdom is only to be learned in the school of experience. Do you think so?

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