Delegation is easy - in theory. It's a lot harder when you're trying to do it in real life. James Clear has a question that he asks before his daily decisions: "Will this cost me time in the future or save me time in the future?" But I have a story that happened to be in 1997 in Burbank, California. And it includes a boss who made me go to the beach.
AB5 is nothing if not controversial. The majority of our human resources clients have had to shift how they classify their (previous) independent contractors. Designed (I think) to go after Uber and Lyft (who classified their drivers as independent contractors and are vigorously supporting a repeal), it's instead changed most businesses - for better and for worse.
Many folks blame the smartphone for the end of any semblance of work-life balance. But in fact laptops were well on their way to dissolving the boundaries. Think about everytime you walk into a coffee shop. Are people playing on their smartphones? Nope. They're 'working' with their laptops. And I love this quote from the article: But laptops’ biggest sin might be granting employers the convenience to treat any little hiccup like an emergency, no matter how inconsequential. Their employees don’t have much of a choice but to pull out their computers and get to work.