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06-04-2021

B.E. GOOD! Podcast | Ashley Whillans: Become Happier by Reclaiming Your Time

Listen to the podcast below on Soundcloud or on your favorite podcast platform.

In this episode, we speak with Dr. Ashley Whillans, Assistant Professor at Harvard Business School in negotiations, organizations and markets and is the author of the new book, Time Smart: How to Reclaim Your Time and Live a Happier Life. Her research mainly focuses on understanding how the daily and long-term decisions that people make about time and money (in their personal lives, their relationships, and at work) impact their wellbeing.

During our conversation, we learned: 

  • Some common time traps we all fall into, including “time confetti” 
  • 3 key time affluence strategies: Finding Time, Funding Time, and Reframing Time
  • How to spend your money to make you happier (spoiler: it’s with time-saving purchases)
  • The best way to use your time when you find yourself with 30 minutes between meetings 
  • How organizations and governments can help everyone be able to put time first in their everyday lives

Join us for this special episode, as part of our B.E. GOOD! podcast: Nudging better business and better lives.

To learn more about Ashley and her work, visit https://www.awhillans.com/

Want to keep listening? Check out other episodes of the B.E. GOOD! Podcast.

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