Why Elon Is Wrong About The 80-Hour Workweek
Rami Aidy

Easy enough for Elon Musk to say. I bet he’s never seen the inside of a grocery store, much less had to wait in line for 30 minutes on a Friday night just trying to pick up a few items for dinner.

When you can afford to pay others to take care of all your basic needs and chores of daily living, “working” 80 hours a week is a cinch.

It’s the unpaid labor hours that life demands of 98% of us that makes it impossible to pursue our dreams 24/7.

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