Four Thousand Weeks
Time Management for Mortals
Discover how to make the most of your time with "Four Thousand Weeks", a guide to time management that turns the modern obsession with productivity on its head. Author Oliver Burkeman draws on the insights of philosophers, psychologists, and spiritual teachers to create a practical and profound approach to constructing a meaningful life by embracing the finite nature of our time. Learn how to break free from the anxiety and pressure of our current approach to time management and make intentional choices to create a more fulfilling life.
2022-09-05T13:44:40.000ZIn reducing friction, are we reducing our humanity? @oliverburkeman addresses this in his book 4,000 Weeks (which I just started and is fantastic): "the inconvenience involved, which might look like brokenness from the outside, in fact embodies something essentially human." – source
2022-09-21T21:33:32.000ZJust finished the book #4000weeks by @oliverburkeman - it's been a long time since I felt like a single book might just change my whole way of thinking about productivity and time. – source
2022-06-22T17:43:49.000ZOne of the most important books I've recently read is 4000 Weeks: Time Management for Mortals: Thanks for surfacing it, @addyosmani! #smashingconf – source
2023-01-27T21:09:49.000Z@SamTalksTech @momentumdash @mikelittlezed1 @WordPress I've read that book too! Really enjoyed it. – source
2021-12-28T14:04:56.000ZJust finished "Four Thousand Weeks" by @oliverburkeman. Loved it--it's wise and funny, with deep insights into how to think about time, work, and relationships. Perfect book to get you thinking about the new year. – source