Do you have 6-10 minutes to help me out? OK, bad question. Everyone has 6-10 minutes. A better question: would you be willing to make it a priority, in the next 6-10 minutes, to help me gather some data for the book I am writing?
My next book, Off the Clock, will explore how people feel about their time. To add data to the project, I am conducting a survey looking at how people spent time yesterday, and how they feel about their time in general. I would love your help with this!
The survey takes 6-10 minutes to complete, depending on how much detail you choose to provide. For every completed survey,* I willl donate $6 to one of three non-profits: Doctors without Borders, The Nature Conservancy, or Boys and Girls Clubs of America. On the last page of the survey, you can choose which organization you wish to support.
Survey respondents must work for pay at least 30 hours/week, and have children at home.** Here is the link to the survey.
Please send this to anyone you know who might qualify. As my readership is slightly more female than male, I particularly welcome forwarding to any working fathers in your life. Thank you so much for your help!
*Up to approximately 500 completed surveys. The survey will be open from Tuesday-Saturday or until I have adequate responses. All responses are anonymous.
** Why employed people with children? These are the categories of individuals that Gallup surveys find are most likely to feel time stress.