The CEO of Female Founders Alliance says, during unpredictable times, a ceaselessly productive mindset accomplishes little and sets back a huge chunk of the workforce.
Few things upset me more than productivity bias. It’s based on the premise that working hard is good, working smart is better, but working productively is best. The idea is productivity makes us great employees and CEOs. It’s an aspirational work lifestyle that often comes packaged as well-meaning advice.
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