As many of us sluggishly return from our summer and Labor Day holidays, you may find this article in the Financial Times inspiring. The author Pilita Clark argues that working more hours does not necessarily translate into greater productivity. In contrast, she suggests that we would be better served by following the examples of such great minds like Charles Darwin and Charles Dickens who worked intensively in short bursts with lots of rest. What do you think? Feel free to let me know.