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Wally Bock

One thing I hope we'll see more of is sabbaticals. Many mid-career people could benefit from time away to devote to something else. That something else might be a hobby or raising a family or giving a spouse time to return to school or pursuing and educational or research project.


Hi Bob,

Do you have more of these kind of figures, stories or sources. I am highly interested for input on this. Thanks for sharing this. Because I think we can have fulfilling lives even without 80 hour workweeks filled with a**holes.

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