When you’re building a company from scratch, shutting the laptop never seems like a good idea. Plenty of startup founders simply don’t stop. They keep going, staring at the screen, producing and hustling. Although in time this might compromise their health, wellbeing and happiness, they are often successful in getting their business off the ground. So is their approach right or wrong? When should you rest and when should you work? While the anti-hustle movement is persuasive, it’s not right at every stage and the topic is more nuanced than one-size-fits-all.
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