For Your New Year’s Work Resolutions, Ignore The Hustle Porn Pushers And Do This Instead

For Your New Year’s Work Resolutions, Ignore The Hustle Porn Pushers And Do This Instead
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If you’ve been online recently, you are most likely aware of the growing genre of “hustle porn”. You’ll see it all over Linkedin, Twitter and other social media sites where so-called gurus and influencers brag about how they wake up at 5 a.m., go for a long run, workout at the gym and drink an obscure, expensive tea that offers amazing health benefits. After making breakfast for their family and dropping the kids off at school, they go to the office and kill-it all day long. However, the regular workday is not sufficient. They slay the night and weekends too.

After all, if you want to succeed you have to be crushing it at 150% overdrive twenty four-seven. The low-key inference is that if you are not constantly grinding, you’re weak, lazy and a complete loser. Winning is everything and you need to brag online about all your amazing achievements and how incredibly successful you are. Of course, you must broadcast all the trappings of your wealth including luxury sports cars, mansions, hosting crazy over-the-top parties with a guest list of models, actors and celebrities.

Heading into the new year, it’s easy to get caught up in this culture. You’ve been coasting a little since Thanksgiving Day, put on a few extra pounds over the holidays and feel the need to push your career into high gear for 2020.

 

Source: Forbes

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