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In today's episode 16, "The Danger of a Hustle Culture in Accounting" with special guest Carl Reader, founder of d&t accountants and bestselling author of BOSS IT. https://www.linkedin.com/in/carlreader
You can also watch this on youtube here: [link from spreadsheet]
Key takeaways from this episode include:
◆ why the hustle culture is a worrying trend for the accounting and fintech world
◆ what happens in accountancy firms and fintech companies when hustle goes too far
◆ what a balanced life really looks like for accounting professionals and any working person
◆ warning signs like checking emails on holiday that might point to overwork and burnout
◆ the concept of glass balls and rubber balls via Brad Smith, former Intuit CEO, to illustrate juggling multiple priorities
◆ the illusions of peer pressure and being 'in demand' that too many professionals wear as a badge of honor
◆ why working faster, harder and longer DOES NOT help us achieve everything we want in life
◆ the dangers of assuming slower days, second chances and more time are always available
◆ why this post which promoted the hustle culture was attacked and ridiculed and ended up damaging the author's credibility
◆ the importance of separating work life and home life to gain control and overcome the hustle culture
Original post: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/joshuatharby_weekends-are-for-the-weak-if-youre-not-activity-6976805628212080640-UDER
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