Nov. 14, 2022

Adopting a 4-Day Workweek Without Fearing Failure

Adopting a 4-Day Workweek Without Fearing Failure

If technology is supposed to be making our lives easier, why does it seem like it only does the opposite? Pre-COVID, the average person was spending more than 12 hours a day in front of some kind of screen.

Feeling stressed? Want to unplug? Looking for a way to be more productive while still having more time off and removing yourself from "the grind." There are no "hacks" here or trendy new shortcuts, just solid advice and easy to implement practices.

Start your work week with Rob Krecak's episode.

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About Rob Krecak
Rob is a thrill-seeker, self-professed nerd, question asker, voracious reader, competitor, keynote speaker, and business builder. 

When he first got his Wall Street job as a sell-side equity analyst out of college, he thought he’d made it. After buying everything he wanted on his wishlist, he realized that he still wasn’t happy. He listened to his deep-down desire to help more people by leaving finance to eventually own three Anytime Fitness health clubs, four uBreakiFix cell phone repair stores, and a tech startup. 

As someone vulnerable to technology’s addictive hold from a young age—video games and Facebook in particular—Rob is on a mission to help individuals and companies reduce stress and get back time to master their careers and lives. He founded Humans First to provide a one-of-a-kind consulting experience that analyzes people’s efficiency and energy by paying attention to their technology mindfulness. 

Rob thinks there is always something to be learned from everyone, and lets his curiosity guide conversations. In his spare time, he likes to do CrossFit, better himself through reading, travel, and spend time with his wife Niki.

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