Andrew Smart wants you to take a break—sit and do nothing. We’re taught that taking on more is better—it makes us more valuable. The reality is that doing too many things makes us less efficient. Andrew argues that our “culture of effectiveness” is not only ineffective, but it can be harmful to your well-being.

Andrew says that in order to be more creative and more engaged, we need to unplug. Be idle. Sounds interesting, right? This theory, backed by science, is a great discovery for free thinkers. Encouraging creativity by doing “nothing” means we have a lot to look forward too—and less to apologize for.

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