On Commanding Your Own Work
Thoughts on personal autonomy in work and its imperative for psychological health
My daughter was swimming Saturday morning, and I was spectating. A forty-minute period where ideas have a chance to propagate in my mind without interference and distraction. It’s like waiting for a bus or any other situation where there’s nothing we can do about it but be patient. I find that I’m conducting mental acrobatics with things I “need” to do …
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