Sunday, November 28, 2010
This is from Ned Hallowell, MD, a psychiatrist who served as an instructor at Harvard Medical School for 20 years, and is the director of the Hallowell Centers in New York City and Sudbury, Massachusetts. He has written two popular Harvard Business Review articles and authored eighteen books, including the national bestseller Driven to Distraction. He recently spoke at the NYSAIS Heads Conference at Mohonk. As someone who craves focus - mostly learned from years of bike racing and rock climbing - I wholeheartedly believe that is where our happiness lies. Good article for all to see. Will Focus Make You Happier?