When I have a brilliant idea, I never look it up to see if someone else has already thought of it, because that would make me feel extremely unoriginal, even more so than if I had never thought of the brilliant idea in the first place, which would defeat the purpose of having brilliant ideas. --Brehnen Keilin

The Case For The 32-Hour Workweek

First Posted: Sept. 6, 2015, 6:27 p.m. CST
Last Updated: Sept. 6, 2015, 9:57 p.m. CST
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5 Minute 47 Second Video: Since 2006, Ryan Carson, the CEO of Treehouse, has maintained a four-day workweek for his employees. “There’s no rule that you have to work 40 hours, you have to work more to be successful,” says Carson. “We’ve proven that you can take it from an experiment into something that’s doable for real companies and real people in highly competitive markets.” Citing the benefits of a more flexible schedule, Carson believes that the reduced time in the office ultimately leads to an overall more productive work environment.

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