Schedule high-intensity work sessions into your day

07/22/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The best way to accomplish more is not to work longer hours but to schedule short, high-intensity work sessions, writes Tony Schwartz, who compares the concept to runners who train for short intervals at high speeds. "Tolerate finite periods of focused discomfort so you get more done and you have more time left to savor the rest of your life," he writes.

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