It breaks my heart when I hear entrepreneurs glorifying workaholism.
We talk about “the grind” instead of working hard and smart.
We treat 80-hour workweeks as standard in our attempt to get more “freedom.”
We sacrifice our mental and physical health. We unintentionally overlook our family and friends.
I recently interviewed Jerry Beers, one of the co-founders of Five Pack Creative. One of the things that I love about Jerry is that he challenges the assumptions of what it means to be a successful entrepreneur.
He implemented two best practices that have helped him effectively lead without burning out.