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How many hours do you work each week? How do you feel Friday afternoon? Who decided the norm was a 40-hour work week? Joe Sanok joins Kevin to discuss how we could work less hours and be more productive and more creative.

Key Points

  • Joe shares the origins of the 9-5 workday and why this plays into the “great resignation” we are seeing.
  • The definition of an industrialist mentality and why we need to think about an evolutionary model.
  • As we move toward post pandemic, we have the opportunity to make a case for the 4-day work week.
  • Tips to start the 4-day conversation in your organization.

Meet Joe

Joe Sanok


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Quote Image: Say you’re the CEO and you’re talking to your C suite. To be able to have conversations with the CFO and say what do you hate about your job. If you can’t have that level of intimacy and discussion with your leadership, you’re not a good leader. Said by Joe Sanok

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