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Frequent Vacations are a Productivity Hack No One Talks About

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Tim Ferriss schedules two vacations a year: one in the summer and one at the end of the year.

Like most of his behaviors, this is strategic.

In a podcast, I remember him saying something along these lines:

The anticipation of the vacation provides

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Alykhan Gulamali

Alykhan Gulamali

Author of Calorie Counting Made Easy and The Effort Matrix. Over 4M views in health, finance, and productivity. Trying not to suck at life.

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