A discussion of the distinction between Job and Work in Thomas F. Green's early writing, and how this can help us set boundaries with our employers.
Hi all, I’m afraid the last week has been a bit rough for me and I’m hitting a total emotional wall on writing at the moment (I’ve even failed to keep …
David R. MacIver
It is often worth looking for expertise you have that others around you lack, because it gives you options that their advice might ignore.
David R. MacIver
Mondays, am I right? This is a letter about why you should complain about your problems to your coworkers.
David R. MacIver
A worked example of some of the tools in my emotional toolkit, asking why I'm not working on my PhD.
David R. MacIver
In this letter I introduce the concept of acedia, a felt inability to care, and use it to help understand why and how burnout might occur.
David R. MacIver
I would like not to become a productivity guru, so here is a newsletter entry about why we need to reject the very idea of productivity.
David R. MacIver
Welcome to How to do hard things by me, David R. MacIver, where I develop some additional ideas as part of a weekly newsletter.
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