Silicon Valley arrogance: “I can tell you which startups will succeed, without even knowing what…
Dan Kim

The whole notion of the so-called “work-life balance” is total bullshit to begin with. And if you are striving for that kind of thing while building a new start-up, then you are VERY likely to fail, yes.

So, in that sense Marissa is right. Striving for a “work-life balance” nonsense *while building a new start-up* is probably one of the top indicators to indicate that the start-up in question will fail regardless of what people in that start-up do.

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