Lessons from adopting a four-day work week

I love these five lessons that Wildbit has learned from adopting a four-day work week. My favorite is how the fifth day has made space for problem solving.

There’s something unique about the fifth day being a quiet day. You can ruminate on problems in the back of your mind while you’re working on the deck or walking around the city or taking your kids on a camping trip. That can be hard when you work Monday through Friday, then become a weekend warrior. With the additional day off, we invariably spend time thinking about work problems. When Monday rolls around, we have so many things that we want to get started. It creates additional energy and momentum for the team.

My angel says – Start moving, so I can start blessing.

– Paulo Coelho