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Sometimes he writes three books a day! " Stine, incidentally, says he works six or seven days a week to write two books every month. m. " Although you don't have to be a workaholic to be a productive worker, it does help. Most workers who are more productive than their peers work more than just from 9 to 5. Claude Hopkins, one of the most successful advertising executives of all time, said he got twice as much accomplished as everyone else in his agency because he worked twice as hard and twice as long.

Many professionals in all fields love their work so much, they never stop. English major Lee Falk, for example, created The Phantom, which was recently made into a feature film, in 1936. Six decades later, Falk, in his 80s, was still writing the comic strip, which appears daily. " Page 34 Mark Gruenwald, a senior editor at Marvel Comics, loved his work so much that when he died in 1996, he left a request that his ashes be mixed into the ink used to reprint a superhero series he had written. According to an article in the Daily News (August 29, 1997), his wish was granted.

If you find something you enjoy and are good at, you will not be able to stop long enough to get a good night's sleep. Page 38 Psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi has coined the term "flow" to describe the state of mind people are in when they love their work. According to this theory, flow is a state in which people are so involved in an activity that nothing else seems to matter; the experience is so enjoyable that people will do it even at great cost (Flow, HarperCollins, 1991). If you've ever been so wrapped up in what you were doing that you didn't want to stop, you were probably in flow.

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