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The hard-to-describe Magic of Wu-Wei (無為)

Non-doing is uncomfortable but worth it

I rolled out of my twin bed and stumbled into the common room. As I started the coffee maker I started thinking about my day and had a feeling of emptiness.

I had nothing to do.

It was sometime in early September in 2018. I had just moved across the globe to Taipei. I was technically a self-employed freelancer but didn’t have any clients. I was single and had declared to my friends a month earlier that I was going to embrace a life path as a…

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Making sense of the future of work and our world as a place where people can unleash generosity, compassion and creativity to do things that matter to them

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Paul Millerd

Paul Millerd

The future of work is about doing less work @ www.think-boundless.com & 📩 boundless.substack.com

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