Today, we’re faced with a problem that most people fail to see as a problem. The average American employee’s work day is often structured around a given time frame rather than a given task or set of tasks. At some point in history, society decided that 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (give or take 30 minutes on either end) would be the standard template for a work day, whether it made sense or not.
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