Time for happiness
from Harvard Business Review
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 Harvard Business Review analyzed a survey of 2.5 million Americans by the Gallup Organization, they found that 80 percent 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.
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