Silicon Valley arrogance: “I can tell you which startups will succeed, without even knowing what…
Dan Kim
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Despite this being someones personal choice, I doubt that doing crazy hours and lack of sleep ever leads to long term efficient work. There are enough studies that show that sleep deprivation is affecting focus and attention span and that people are more likely to make bad decisions.

That some people proof success with that attitude, in my opinion, is more a sign for a weird form of ‘hierarchy of the fittest’ where it is assumed that someone being more present in the office also actually gets more done and where bad decisions of management are usually blamed on bad adaption by everyone else.

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