No Time To Think

We are too busy to stop, think and sleep. LBS Richard Jolly blames it in part on a psychological condition he calls ‘technological arousal’. He also suggests that we carve out time to think – not just in the shower, and not just for five minutes – but figure out a time we have our best ideas, and then think about those ideas. (Audio)

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