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Time Management is a Myth with Oliver Burkeman





4,000 weeks. That’s all we get. And that’s assuming you live 76 years which obviously isn’t a guarantee. According to Oliver Burkeman, author of Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals, there’s immense value in finally arriving at this realization: life isn’t as long as we think it is. So, what should we do about it? Squeeze every imaginable thing we can into every single day? Burkeman believes in a better way. Today, he and Keith discuss: Why do humans have such a hard time living in the present? Why do we crave busyness? What makes our life meaningful, and how can we practically decide to do things that matter? What’s the lie behind time management and the promise of efficiency? And how do Christians and non-Christians approach these questions differently? Listen as Burkeman explains why it’s so crucial to live in the present and accept our mortality and finitude.

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