This episode is recorded from Spain where I’m attending a workshop – and I’m looking out over the ocean as I’m recording. Just getting to be here – taking time off from my business and interacting with other investors – brings me to the subject that I want to talk about…
There’s been a pendulum swing lately from the whole premise of the “Four-Hour Workweek” (made popular by Tim Ferriss), over to working long days with no days off to launch your business into success. I call it, The Hustle.
So which is better? Does it have to be either/or? Could there be a balance?
Those of you who know me at all, know that I love systems. More to the point, I love systems that work, so I don’t have to.
I feel sorry for people who are so busy building a business, they forget to build a life.
Do you agree?
Listen and Enjoy:
- Proponents for the hustle theory
- Why I disagree with the hustle theory
- My ideas of what a successful life looks like (money-wise and time-wise)
- Better to work smart than to work hard