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When can we give up self-improvement?

Productivity expert Oliver Burkeman changed the way he looked at time management and believes you should too. Faith Hill asks the question, if we can’t stop frantic self-improvement two years into a pandemic… when can we?
A couple walks through a park at sunset in Kansas City, Mo. (Charlie Riedel/Associated Press)

Productivity expert Oliver Burkeman changed the way he looked at time management and believes you should too. He is the author of Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals.

Faith Hill asks the question, if we can't stop frantic self-improvement two years into a pandemic… when can we? She is an associate editor at The Atlantic.

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