How hard do you really work?

In today’s post I want to talk to you about something I have noticed on Instagram. If you go on Instagram, you will see something incredible these days. You will see posts of people that are working 24/7/365, and don’t even take a nap from time to time. Everybody seems to work harder than the next person. Everybody’s got their hustle on and is working their face off, in order to build a billion dollar empire. Sound familiar? That’s because people want to show you, who they want to be and I know many people, who would like to be that man or woman, who work 16 hours a day, every day, but there aren’t, and I really don’t understand why people do it. Isn’t it ok in today’s society to sleep, to take a nap, to not live on 3 hours of sleep every day?
I think what most of these people don’t realize is that number 1, sleep is really important, and you will actually have a more productive, more efficient work day if you take the time to get some real sleep in. Number 2, the most successful entrepreneurs, and business people in our society preach the importance of rest and recovery, and they do have a point.
Let’s take a look at pro athletes. They train their faces off, six days a week, but their coaches will force them to eat in a certain way, drink a certain amount of water, go to get massages and to sleep enough so that the athletes can show up the next day, and give it all they got.
I believe we all have to take a good look in the mirror and realize who we are. Sure there are people working 16 hours a day, and that’s amazing, but why pretend you would work so many hours a day if you don’t. I really don’t see the real reason anyone would do that. To look cool? And now?
What are the benefits?
Work ethic is critical when it comes to building a business, becoming a pro athlete, and basically achieve any kind of major success in any profession, and industry, but I believe it is much more attractive to speak the truth instead of acting like you are someone, you are not. Don’t focus on what other people think about you. Focus on yourself, and do your best to improve every day!
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