All About Work’s 7th Anniversary

March 18 marks seven years since I started All About Work. It doesn’t seem that long ago, but I guess time really does fly when you’re having fun.

On every anniversary, I compile a list of the five blog posts that have received the most hits ever on All About Work. The list hasn’t changed significantly over time, but it’s nice to see that people are still finding and enjoying these posts.

Thanks to everyone who reads, posts, and comments! I appreciate the support.

The All-Time Top Five Posts on “All About Work”

1. Malcolm Gladwell’s ‘10,000 Hour Rule’ Doesn’t Add Up

2. The Joy of Figures

3. A Look at The BC Government’s Ad in the Teachers’ Bargaining Dispute [this post also holds the record for the most hits in a single day]

4. Population Ecology Theory in Real Life: How The Globe and Mail Misunderstood Its Environment

5. Daniel Pink’s ‘Drive’: A Short Journey on a Tiny Road

4 comments

  1. Congratulations on your seven-year-versary, Fiona! I may be among the people who is keeping your 10,000-hour-rule post among the top hits. But your piece on Daniel Pink was new to me! Thank you for a brilliant analysis. I think you’ve done a splendid job of showing your readers why it was so widely panned.

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