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Eat Sleep Work Repeat: 30 Hacks for Bringing Joy to Your Job

4.04  ·  Rating details ·  73 ratings  ·  14 reviews
An important reminder of simple everyday practices to improve how we all work together, which will lead to greater team and individual happiness and performance. Great results will follow.Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square

With just 30 changes, you can transform your work experience from bland and boring (or worse) to fulfilling, fun, and even joyful.Daniel Pink, author
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published February 25th 2020 by HarperOne
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Living My Best Book Life
Feb 14, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc, self-help
Bruce Daisley gives an insightful look at the workplace and adds reasoning as to why employees aren't happy at their jobs. He gives examples based on statistics and experiences to show how workers can be more productive while reducing stress throughout the week and even enjoy their time at the workplace.

I really thought enjoyed this self-help book because it is coming from a well-known CEO which means this man is dedicated. I'm sure a busy man doesn't have to sit down and take the time to write
Meg - A Bookish Affair
Mar 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
4.5 stars. Bruce Daisley is the author of "Eat Sleep Work Repeat" and he is also the European Vice President of Twitter as well as the host of the podcast of the same title. He recognizes that many of us spend a lot of time at work and since we spend so much time at work, it's not worth being miserable. There are a few things that you can do, even if you are not a manager, to make the experience better for yourself and those around you.

This book is broken down into great bite size pieces that
Jan 03, 2020 rated it really liked it
This clever book delivers succinct messages, eliminating B-school jargon and simplifying real-world examples of how to improve your work life. While the book does make assumptions that the reader is a person with decision-making power, there are relevant lessons for anyone, regardless of pecking order.

The format allows readers to jump around to topics without needing background reading. There are direct references in the few instances that call out to the books other sections. Each chapter
Jim Beatty
Mar 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book is excellent. MBA in 8 hours.
My mind had started to recover from the marshmallow test, only to discover the equally enlightening marshmallow experiment.
Mar 04, 2020 rated it really liked it
Bruce Daisley, Vice President of Twitter Europe and host of the business podcast Eat Sleep Work, puts his expertise on the page in his new book Eat Sleep Work Repeat.

Using advice from experts in psychology, economics and behavioral science, and citing in his extensive bibliography popular books like Susan Cain's Quiet, Atul Gawande's The Checklist Manifesto, and Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In, Daisley has 30 hacks to help people become more productive and happier at work.

The book is divided into
Jessica Higgins
Feb 29, 2020 rated it really liked it
If youve reached the point of burnout in your career or just dont find it fulfilling, this book gives some tips to rediscover joy in your job.

Bruce Daisley, vice president of Twitter Europe and host of the podcast Eat Sleep Work Repeat, delves into why people no longer find fulfillment in their careers. It can range from many different things including company culture to management expectations to personal burnout. So, how does one rediscover joy in their job? Daisley breaks this down into three
Bethany Clark
Feb 27, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Im super excited to be partnering with @ #partner to bring you this great book for bringing joy to your job!

What a refreshing read that really helped give me a new perspective on my job.
You never fully understand how much your job effects you mentally and you can become the worst version of yourself.
We have always been taught that multitasking is key, but if youre not careful, that can hurt you more than help you in the long run. Switching focus constantly will lesson your
Mar 18, 2020 rated it really liked it
Perfect title for what most of us experience with the daily grind.
Did you know only 13% of employees are engaged in their jobs? We spend the majority of our days at our place of work and spend more time with our coworkers then our families.
So how can we be productive and have fun doing it?
Bruce Daisley has worked with big companies like Google, YouTube, Twitter and more to figure out how to make their employees happy and productive. I remember watching the movie The
Lori Palmer (Palmer's Page Turners)
I don't read too many books in the "self help" genre, but was intrigued by this one! While I enjoy my job, I certainly feel the stress from it and figured some tips wouldn't hurt. I was very impressed with this book--it was well researched yet easy to follow, and I really like the "next steps" section at the end of each chapter that provide some key takeaways. The book is formatted well--it covered things you can do as an individual in the Recharge section, and ways to improve your team overall ...more
Kristin Jarrells
Mar 22, 2020 rated it really liked it
This book includes helpful ways to look at your job and different ways to suggest how meetings are held, etc. I find this is most helpful for jobs not in the medical field (I am). I can't not answer phones until 11 or reply to messages until 11. Some suggestions are good, but don't do much for me.
This book was okay. I think that if you have the authority to make decisions in your workplace, this would be much more useful. In a hierarchically structured environment where you are not always given those options, it is less useful.
Dan Dawson
Mar 20, 2020 rated it liked it
Lots of interesting facts, but had heard most of the stuff before.
Annie Martin
Mar 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
One of the best non fiction book that I have read. It is filled with great stories, backed by science and actionable items.
Mar 11, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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I enjoy the author's podcast, and the book was also very interesting for the various insights (some more obvious than others) about what makes us tick, what works at work, and how to improve our day-to-day. Not everything was mind-blowing, but certainly contains useful food for thought.
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