Four Thousand Weeks

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By Oliver Burkeman

10 min
1900
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Mastering time is a futile attempt. You can liberate yourself from this conditioning by facing your discomforts, embracing the present moment, and working towards a meaningful life. Distractions and procrastination will always be by your side. But you can deal with them by focusing on tasks that are of utmost importance, deleting applications that do you no good, and facing your problems head-on.

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Oliver Burkeman is a British author and journalist who has worked for The Guardian. Recipient of the Foreign Press Association's Young Journalist of the Year, he has authored numerous books. The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking, 2012 is one of his famous books which brought him a lot of international recognition. He also runs his blog by his name. He has self-described himself as someone who writes about social psychology, self-help culture, productivity, and the science of happiness and makes unprovoked attacks on The Secret.
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Four Thousand Weeks

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1900
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