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Analysis Of Scott Dannemiller's 'Busy Is A Sickness'

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In “Busy Is a Sickness” Scott Dannemiller argues that there is two different types of busyness and why he needs to change his ways because he is taking what he has for granite. The two types of busyness are “busyness with control” which is created by self-created stress and “busyness without control” that usually affects the poor because the have to work multiple jobs to maintain a healthy lifestyle for themselves and family. In “Busy Is a Sickness” Scott describes that his busyness is busyness with control and that he created his own stress by always having the urgency to rush because of a full schedule that he created. Scott gives an example by explaining how he rushes his kids in the morning to eat fast and to hurry so they won't be late

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