In a world where being busy is seen as a status symbol, it’s easy to think more is better. But if enough is never really enough, are you just setting yourself up to fail?
Fresh insights and perspectives from real people around work, life and self.
At some point, hustling moved from the domain of 1920s mob bosses to a cultural mindset worshiped by many inside the workplace. So there must be some reason we’ve all bought into this, right? Think again…
If you think hustle culture is confined to work, think again. It turns out we’re getting hustled from all angles. And it’s time to put that to an end.
Finding purpose in life is important, but does it always have to come from your work?
Social conditioning has taught us to treat work as a lover, prioritizing it above all other things, including our own lives. How do we say “let’s just be friends” to work?
Slowing down to speed up. It sounds counterintuitive, especially for a sales team, but it’s exactly what’s needed to keep sellers sharp.
We’ve all heard the phrase – “work hard, play hard” – maybe you’ve even said it yourself. But what price do we pay for this obsession with work? It’s worse that you might think.
Letting go of the idea of an empty to-do list can be powerfully liberating. Are you up for the challenge?
Somewhere along the lines, hustling turned into something we have glorified, idolized and imitated. Enough is enough. It’s time to hang up the hustle and opt for a healthier, happier future of living.