Hustle culture isn’t bad… until it is.
I thought about burnout, and then I thought about the hustle.
That’s why hustle culture is one of the things that I’m thinking about. When I first started my business, I was reading a lot. And the thing I was most concerned with was sales, always sales.
And the reason I was so concerned with sales is I’ve never done that before. So I fell into listening to Gary Vaynerchuk, and I discovered somebody named Grant Cardone who talks a lot about sales and they were going through what their day looks like, and it was like, “Okay.
This is what I have to do. I have to do this. This is the day that I have to have.” I realized that that isn’t me. I realized that hustle culture isn’t exactly how I want my day to work. If you are a solopreneur or a small business owner, you don’t have the bandwidth for the hustle that they’re talking about. You don’t have a staff of like a hundred people; you don’t have handlers who are saying, “You need to be here; you need to go there.”
- What does it mean to hustle, anyway?
- The problem with hustle for the sake of hustling
- Hustle & burnout
- The difference between you and the gurus
- What to do instead Learn more at https://www.jenmcfarland.com/hustle-c…
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Hi! I’m Jen! I have over 25 years of training, teaching, and executive experience in leadership, strategic project planning, and digital marketing. Today, I am the founder of Women Conquer Business, a boutique consulting firm dedicated to helping women, people of color, and the LGBTQ+ community build sustainable businesses. I’m a frequent guest speaker and trainer. Get access to my free business growth accelerator and hang out with me on my weekly women in business podcast, Women Conquer Business.