Work Backwards

The Revolutionary Method to Work Smarter and Live Better

Tim Duggan

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Published: 03/04/2024
ISBN: 9780645818031
Genre: Non-fiction
RRP: 34.99

Work Backwards

The Revolutionary Method to Work Smarter and Live Better

Tim Duggan

Something’s about to break, and if we don’t change direction soon, it’s going to be us.

It doesn’t matter in which industry or where: too many of us are overworked, disengaged and apprehensive about the future of work. In his life-affirming new book, bestselling author and founder Tim Duggan argues that we approach work and life the wrong way around.

Fuelled by a powerful realignment that’s questioning the way we traditionally think about and interact with our workplaces, in Work Backwards you’ll discover:

• Why reversing your thinking can have such an oversized impact
• The four things you need to live a full life right now
• How to easily reset your life–work balance
• How to use tools like remote, hybrid and flexible work properly
• Why this is the right moment to experiment with work
• Expert guidance from the world’s leading work and happiness researchers

• A new army of people who are rethinking their relationship with work

Learn valuable, practical tools to work better and live a fulfilled and meaningful life that takes advantage of this once-in-a-generations opportunity to reverse your thinking and reclaim your life from work.

 

Tim Duggan

Tim Duggan

Tim Duggan

Tim Duggan is a new media entrepreneur who has co-founded several digital media ventures, most notably Junkee Media – Australia’s leading Millennials digital publisher.

In 2018, industry organisation Mumbrella named Junkee Media Large Publishing Company of The Year. Junkee’s content agency, Junkee Studio, helps leading global brands like Netflix, American Express and Qantas tell and share their stories.

Tim began his career as a music journalist for Rolling Stone. He sits on the boards of Hello Sunday Morning, a tech start-up working to change people’s relationship with alcohol, and the Griffin Theatre Company, Australia's new writing theatre.

Tim lives with his partner, Ben, and dog, Winnie, in Sydney.

 

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