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The More Important the Work, the More Important the Rest

For Black people, interrupting the endless cycle of productivity is more important than ever

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Over the past few months, the pandemic has caused millions of people to rethink their relationship to work and striving — and to realize, finally, that the relentless obsession with productivity is universally

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Lincoln Hill, PhD

Lincoln Hill, PhD

Black woman, mental health counselor, researcher, wellness consultant, PhD in counseling psychology, and Beyoncé stan. IG: black_and_woman_IG

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