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What if you don’t actually want to break for lunch?

I don’t need breaks during the day. (New research from Stanford suggests that this might not be misplaced arrogance, but rather a function of my beliefs about willpower. If I don’t think I need breaks, probably I don’t need breaks. … Continue reading

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To make better decisions, operate on autopilot as much as possible

A few posts back, I wrote about the large number of decisions I need to make as a CEO. I just came across a piece in this month’s Vanity Fair that puts my decision burden into perspective. In it, Barack Obama explains … Continue reading

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