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Today's work happens in tiny slivers of time. And we try to optimize each minute or hour for all its worth. But remarkable work? Well, that takes time. And lots of it. The kinds of work that are central to our evolving economy—care work, maintenance work, creative work—require more time rather than more optimization. In this episode, I consider how viewing work through the long-term lens can help us reimagine projects and systems in a way that's more just, equitable, and beneficial for all involved.
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- Grab a copy of Beloved Economies
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- "How to Build a Planet" on Our Opinions Are Correct
- "The Seven Practices" from Beloved Economies
- The Parable of the Sower & The Parable of the Talents by Octavia Butler
- "A Few Rules for Predicting the Future" by Octavia Butler
What Works is a podcast hosted by Tara McMullin that explores how to navigate the 21st-century economy without losing your humanity.
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