How often have you put off doing something fun, like taking a trip or treating yourself, because you felt that you had too much work to do, and you had to get it all done first? Findings from our experiments suggest we may be over-worrying and over-working for future rewards that could be just as pleasurable in the present. We’re all familiar with the ideal of delayed gratification. American workers work longer hours and take fewer vacations than anyone in the industrialized world. Most of them are unhappy with work-life balance, leave paid vacation days on the table, and wish they took more time for fun. Read more...
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