Hello and welcome, I'm Larry Maguire, work & organisational psychologist. I read, fling a few weights around, run, drink coffee, ponder the nature of reality, and write–pretty much in that order. Sunday Letters is my members-only newsletter and focuses on the meaning and purpose of daily work. I write about leadership, well-being and performance at work, technology and its impact on the future of work.
The ideas I share are fundamental to doing work that has meaning and purpose rather than merely transactional. Find out more below about Sunday Letters' content. I appreciate your time and attention, so if you find value in the content, find out below how you can support this work.
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How Do You Feel About Daily Work?
This is a topic in which I am deeply interested. My research to date suggests that large numbers of adults are at odds with their work. Work seems to be transactional and soulless, a means towards an ultimate end. Yet, there are others who are fully engaged with daily work. How does daily work make you feel? Can you take 2 minutes to tell me? Your responses help shape the content here on the site.
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Sunday Letters is the audio newsletter accompanying the weekly written members' newsletter that has been going now for over 5 years. We host on Substack and RSS to Anchor, who publish on all major podcasting platforms. Subscribe via your favourite player below.
Sunday Letters Podcast
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