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Usando a tecnologia para viajar e trabalhar ao mesmo tempo

Usando a tecnologia para viajar e trabalhar ao mesmo tempo

Man watches 296 TED Talks in a week. We ask him why. Chris Bailey runs the website A Year of Productivity, and watched 70 hours of TED Talks in a single week. He says, “Picking a TED Talk is like picking a song.” Chris Bailey might be the most productive man you’d ever hope to meet. At least, that’s his goal. In May of this year, he committed to a year-long project in which he would do anything and everything to make his life more efficient. Most recently, he decided to watch 70 hours of TED Talks in 7 days. We had to hear more. What prompted your year of productivity experiments? I graduated on May 1st with a business degree and, while I had two job offers, I thought, “If there’s a time when I can do this project, it’s now.” Would you say that you’re a naturally productive person? I think it’s more natural than anything. Why do you think the concept of productivity resonates with people? It’s very much a part of our cultural vernacular, and I think rightfully so. How do you set goals and targets for yourself with your experiments? I did.

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