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Hard Work? Or Hardly Working?

80% of all new businesses fail in the first 4 years. Maybe it's because they're reading articles that tell them that working more than 40 hours a week is bad. Don't buy into the myth of overnight success.

Welder from the DENVER POST: Captured: America in Color from 1939-1943


I saw an article shared yesterday more than 2,000 times about how working more than 35 hours a week is counter-productive.

Briefly summarized, it said that the brain stops producing quality work after 35 hours in a week, and any work done after that as a result will be fraught with mistakes that will result in twice the time spent in correcting them.

The justification was that "companies" should protect their employees' intellectual capital by not working them so hard.

Riverter from THE DENVER POST: Captured: America in Color 1939-1943






Is this just a "company mentality?"

Is this just a way for people with 9-5 jobs to justify a week work ethic?

Or is this working for you as an entrepreneur?

Forget 35 hour work weeks--do you believe in 4 hour work weeks?

Miner from THE DENVER POST: Captured: America in Color




I said recently that there are two kinds of people in this world: those who are working 9 to 5, and those that are working 24/7 to pay their salaries.

What do you think?

Is hard work for suckers? 



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I have found that when working for myself the lines of work and play become blurred. It all becomes fun and meaningful and important and doesn't even feel like work anymore. It becomes my life and I feel free.

August 13, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterCynthia
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