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  • Jim Al-Khalili | Ley's Jam
    s Jam Tagged With Jim Al Khalili Jim Al Khalili An Ambassador of Science Posted on October 2 2012 by Ken Ley One has to keep one s mind fit and up to speed when a global financial crisis leaves the number of possibilities at a low Obviously a good deal of physical exercise helps be it a jog in the woods or a swim in the pool But by accident or incident I stumbled across a guy who has caught my full attention in the past few weeks causing me to leave behind sneakers and several books and exercise my brain instead Continue reading Share Categories Health Science Tags BBC Four BBC Radio 4 Colin Blakemore David Attenborough Jim Al Khalili Physics Leave a comment Look for Search for Ken uses Feeds leys dk leys dk comments Cloud BBC Four BBC Radio 4 Boston Candice M Kelsey Chris Macdonald Colin Blakemore comment Competency David Attenborough Eric Stone Eric Tsytsylin Erik Korsvik Oestergaard Facebook Geoffrey James happier com happiness Health Inc com Jim Al Khalili Ken Ley laughing laughter leys dk Meaningful job Michael Böss Nataly Kogan PayScale Physics Salary Social Media Sophie Scott The Atlantic Unboss Wemind Workaholic Worklife

    Original URL path: http://www.leys.dk/tag/jim-al-khalili/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Physics | Ley's Jam
    Ley s Jam Tagged With Physics Jim Al Khalili An Ambassador of Science Posted on October 2 2012 by Ken Ley One has to keep one s mind fit and up to speed when a global financial crisis leaves the number of possibilities at a low Obviously a good deal of physical exercise helps be it a jog in the woods or a swim in the pool But by accident or incident I stumbled across a guy who has caught my full attention in the past few weeks causing me to leave behind sneakers and several books and exercise my brain instead Continue reading Share Categories Health Science Tags BBC Four BBC Radio 4 Colin Blakemore David Attenborough Jim Al Khalili Physics Leave a comment Look for Search for Ken uses Feeds leys dk leys dk comments Cloud BBC Four BBC Radio 4 Boston Candice M Kelsey Chris Macdonald Colin Blakemore comment Competency David Attenborough Eric Stone Eric Tsytsylin Erik Korsvik Oestergaard Facebook Geoffrey James happier com happiness Health Inc com Jim Al Khalili Ken Ley laughing laughter leys dk Meaningful job Michael Böss Nataly Kogan PayScale Physics Salary Social Media Sophie Scott The Atlantic Unboss Wemind Workaholic Worklife Recent

    Original URL path: http://www.leys.dk/tag/physics/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Why work more than 40 hours? | Ley's Jam
    as we were allowed to work a little less when things were not so hectic Visiting other departments of the same company this picture changed a great deal I don t want to point fingers at my American friends But in departments with American influence or where the boss thought the American way is the international way the term face time seemed to dominate Employees must be at work before the boss arrives and can t leave until after he leaves Add to this a boss that works 70 hours a week himself The latter sounds like a dream for any CEO People work almost twice as much for half the paycheck But here Geoffrey James argues that efficiency goes down And after four weeks of doing 70 hours efficiency is actually decreasing below the one at 40 and thus harming the overall productivity not benefiting at all He is backed up by Lifehack s Scott H Young who refers to the rules of 80 20 and Parkinson s Law both setting formulas for efficiency So why is it that bosses American or not still seem to appreciate hustlers more than workers who are capable of doing their tasks within ordinary working hours Well the answer may lie in the comments for James article on Inc com In the comments several workers employees seem to admit they work far too much They also admit knowing that more hours doesn t equal better efficiency And perhaps herein lies at least part of the reason I think why this apparent misunderstanding continues to rule Employees think their bosses wants them to work overtime and the bosses think that s how employees thrive and do their jobs the best way I have no fine scientific study to back up my conviction But try

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  • Misc. | Ley's Jam
    to work also when it requires more than the standard 40 hours a week But does working more make any sense The answer is of course both Yes and No Share Categories Misc Tags Geoffrey James Inc com Workaholic Worklife 2 Comments Working the competency profile Posted on February 20 2012 by Ken Ley Doing your Competency Profile sheet is not as easy as one might think I m doing mine these days for the first time in 11 years Continue reading Share Categories Misc Tags Competency Leave a comment Ken Ley now in English Posted on February 9 2012 by Ken Ley A new blog has entered the blogosphere Leys dk contains the thoughts and comments of Kenneth Ley Milling primarily on kournalism politics leadership and not least how they are conducted Continue reading Share Categories Misc Tags Ken Ley leys dk Leave a comment Look for Search for Ken uses Feeds leys dk leys dk comments Cloud BBC Four BBC Radio 4 Boston Candice M Kelsey Chris Macdonald Colin Blakemore comment Competency David Attenborough Eric Stone Eric Tsytsylin Erik Korsvik Oestergaard Facebook Geoffrey James happier com happiness Health Inc com Jim Al Khalili Ken Ley laughing laughter leys

    Original URL path: http://www.leys.dk/category/misc/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Geoffrey James | Ley's Jam
    a week But does working more make any sense The answer is of course both Yes and No Share Categories Misc Tags Geoffrey James Inc com Workaholic Worklife 2 Comments Look for Search for Ken uses Feeds leys dk leys dk comments Cloud BBC Four BBC Radio 4 Boston Candice M Kelsey Chris Macdonald Colin Blakemore comment Competency David Attenborough Eric Stone Eric Tsytsylin Erik Korsvik Oestergaard Facebook Geoffrey James

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  • Inc.com | Ley's Jam
    a week But does working more make any sense The answer is of course both Yes and No Share Categories Misc Tags Geoffrey James Inc com Workaholic Worklife 2 Comments Look for Search for Ken uses Feeds leys dk leys dk comments Cloud BBC Four BBC Radio 4 Boston Candice M Kelsey Chris Macdonald Colin Blakemore comment Competency David Attenborough Eric Stone Eric Tsytsylin Erik Korsvik Oestergaard Facebook Geoffrey James

    Original URL path: http://www.leys.dk/tag/inc-com/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Workaholic | Ley's Jam
    a week But does working more make any sense The answer is of course both Yes and No Share Categories Misc Tags Geoffrey James Inc com Workaholic Worklife 2 Comments Look for Search for Ken uses Feeds leys dk leys dk comments Cloud BBC Four BBC Radio 4 Boston Candice M Kelsey Chris Macdonald Colin Blakemore comment Competency David Attenborough Eric Stone Eric Tsytsylin Erik Korsvik Oestergaard Facebook Geoffrey James

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  • Rumination – or how not to bring a cow to bed | Ley's Jam
    And we all know it is definitely not a walk in the park to do so But giving your brain a 5 10 minute break once or twice a day will get you far MacDonald says And then back to bringing the cow to bed MacDonald used quite a bit of his presentation to refer to a session he once had with his psychologist The psychologist suddenly claimed MacDonald s problem originated from Rumination can we do How can we incorporate rumination in our daily work life Let s have some suggestions or real life experiences please Share Posted under Health and tagged with Chris Macdonald Health Comments 4 4 Responses to Rumination or how not to bring a cow to bed March 15 2012 Ken Ley To those of you not familiar with Chris MacDonald in Danish April 25 2012 Meredith Ruminate IS a good word and habit to form It s been within the last 6 months that I have been mindful enough to practice it regularly though sadly not on a daily basis yet When working from home I take a step out on to my back yard and listen Clearing my mind for a few minutes then I find one thing I want to do better that day Just one usually relating to my role as a wife or mother Something subtle but having substantial impact Sometimes I have found that it pays off more to ruminate over an email or other communication than to give in to my need to a speedy reply come back April 25 2012 Ken Ley Hi Meredith Thanks for your input I really like your idea of ruminating over e mails etc I think I ll try to do do that more in the future E mails are generally such

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