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Contrary to popular belief, working nonstop isn't the most efficient and productive way to get things done. Alex Pang has figured out the key to getting more done is by actually working less. Listen to him explain the importance of rest and pacing yourself in our latest episode! 

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Alex Pang is the founder of The Restful Company and an author of two books His most recent one, Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less, has been praised by critics ranging from Arianna Huffington to chef Ferran Adria (the father of molecular gastronomy) to neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki.


Originally aired 9 days ago.


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