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Saying No to More: Why Giving Your Brain Space to Wander Improves Your Productivity

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.“What is rewarded in this particular environment is checking boxes, sending things, and activity where the motion can be seen by others,” Juliet says. “But if you think of ‘productive’ as meaning ‘to have made something of value,’ it doesn’t mean, ‘I sweated my way through lots of motion.’”In this episode of , Chief Storytelling Officer Kindra Hall talks to Juliet about what really counts as white space (), why we’re so uncomfortable with appearing like we’re doing nothing, and how to make some white space in your day.

White space starts out as time in your day when you have nothing scheduled. That doesn’t mean more time for social media scrolling, though.For that time to count as white space, give it over to free thinking.

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