Though there are countless books, blogs, podcasts, and social media accounts that serve as thoughtful and informative resources for current and prospective entrepreneurs, unfortunately there appears to be an equal number of resources that demonstrate seemingly no limit to the fundamentally bad advice that they’re willing to impart upon others.
"Hustle Culture" has unfortunately become so prevalent online that I felt it necessary to provide the entrepreneurial community with my own perspective on the matter.
In this week's blog post, I explore:
- To what extent is there a correlation between hours worked and success achieved?
- When might this be a positive and/or linear correlation, and when might it be non-linear or even negative?
- Situations, circumstances, and stages of one's career where "brute force" is likely the primary input
- Situations, circumstances, and stages of one's career where clarity of thought is likely the primary input
- 3 theses that attempt to explain our collective propensity to overwork
Link is below.
Evaluating the Correlation Between Hours Worked and Success Achieved
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