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It’s time to work less and avoid burnout

The pandemic has made millions of Americans rethink their work-life balance.

Reset talks with the author of a recent guest essay in the New York Times about how the pandemic reminded us that we exist to do more than just work.

GUEST: Jonathan Malesic, author of the forthcoming book The End of Burnout: Why Work Drains Us and How to Build Better Lives

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