The hidden value of empty time and boredom

The pressure is on us all to constantly work smarter and faster – but doing nothing from time to time can nurture our imagination, and may be the best thing we can do for our mental health. So slack off this spring and discover the hidden riches of empty time, says French academic Manfred F R Kets de Vries

Read all about the surprising richness of empty time in the latest issue of Good magazine and download the full report Doing nothing and nothing to do: the hidden value of empty time and boredom by Manfred F R Kets de Vries here. 

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