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September 27, 2004



You're not wrong....Joy


Your mom's right. Which means you're right.

I guess it would be great if we all loved our work so much that we didn't spend half the day wishing we were with our friends and families or pursuing our "real" interests. For the vast majority of working folks, this will never be the case -- the best they can hope for is to not hate their work, and ideally it provides them with a sustainable and satisfying lifestyle.

The small percentage of self-actualized, ladder-climbing, creative dynamos make for excellent stories in Fast Company, but the concerns of the majority are interesting too. What if they started agitating for more time to focus on the things they enjoy doing without sacrificing too much of their incomes?

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