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Noted: The 80% Rule: Cutting Back on Work Makes You Work Better via Lifehacker

July 11th, 2014

The 80% Rule: Cutting Back on Work Makes You Work Better via Lifehacker

The 80% Rule: Cutting Back on Work Makes You Work Better via Lifehacker

Okinawans, some of the healthiest people in the world, follow a tradition called hara hachi bu, which means they eat until they’re 80% full. Justin Jackson applied this principle beyond dieting to his work and found enormous benefits.

Many of us eat and work to capacity (if not to over-capacity). We max out in just about every area of our lives: career, money, social commitments, and more. This puts us at risk of burning out and it leaves no room for error or anything else, Jackson says:

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