Why does time fly so quickly when we are on vacation? It looks like the fun time has just started but we have to get back to work already. Those two weeks really look like a weekend.
One of the reasons we experience seemingly faster passing of time is because there is no work, no job to go to.
Since job is often associated with exploitation, disrespect, obedience, and subordination, we think we ought to do it as little as possible.
To kill time while at work we often indulge in extensive use of social media and reading newspapers online.
What if we turned that around? What if we treated our jobs as vacation: fun, insightful, and meaningful time we can't afford to waste? What if we had the same lights of adventure in our eyes as when we go on a family cross-country trip? Here's even better question: What if we transmit this passion into our co-workers and colleagues?
Then time will fly too fast when we are at work. And it will no longer feel like work. It will be like all unifying mission.
You don't have to be a boss to do this.
Actually, I take it back - you do have to be a boss. But a different kind of boss.
A boss of you.
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Organists of Vilnius University , creators of Secrets of Organ Playing.
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