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Tiffany Shlain has always felt that turning off screens one day a week -- something she's done every week for 11 years -- is a radical act of self-protection. Over the years she's heard all kinds of reasons why people think they can’t do it. So she asked some good people, what would it be like for you, to turn off your phone for 24 hours?

 

Here’s what Tan France, Benie Feldstein, Ari Shapiro from NPR, Shakeenz, Jake Cohen, Tiffany Harris and Raviv Ullman had to say!

 

We made this 3 min episode on the valuing of pausing w/ OneTable & Adam Kantor. OneTable empowers out-of-college millennials & zoomers (21-39) to find, host, and share Shabbat dinners to make the most of their Friday night and enjoy the best of life together. 

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Science-Backed Strategies for Companies 

to Thrive in the New Hybrid Workplace

As we reemerge from the pandemic, companies everywhere are facing the question: how do we maximize the potential of a hybrid workplace? How do we create a culture that allows for greater flexibility to work from home, while maintaining intentional time for in-office collaboration? How do we work smarter this time?

  • 70%: People who say they started to work on weekends when their companies transitioned to remote work during the pandemic.

  • 85%: People wh say they are more likely to stay with a company that incorporates remote working. 

  • 70%: Workers who report feeling burnout.

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