Of course "it depends", and that example's just silly! That's a "straw man" argument: distorting what I said, taking it to an easy-to-tear-down extreme. Zero productivity? I'm not against productivity, just the increased stress striving for it may cause. I specifically had in mind what to do with the time saved by being more efficient. Using it to take a breath, de-stress and relax, think of fellow workers as human beings rather than further detach and distance oneself from them (e.g. as inferior "unproductives", seeing oneself as a "fast lane" hero). But that requires downgrading lofty ambition for humanity and life. Go for "stress-free productivity", by all means.
Originally Posted by Cpu_Modern
Go ahead and distort what I said (it's your loss), or try to see the point intended. I expect that my comments will either be given due consideration, or shallowly dismissed, but most likely the latter from those who need it most.