Lori and I have noticed this big cultural shift from the hustle and grind mindset to letting things flow and take their natural course. Which one is better? Like most things, I think it’s best to exist somewhere in the middle of the two extremes. We talk about learning how to hustle with boundaries, giving yourself at least one day a week to be present, and practicing intentional planning. There are moments and seasons when you’re going to have to give it your all, but recognize that you and your team need time to recharge afterwards. Lori and I share how we’ve found the balance of hustle and flow and our advice for avoiding burnout as an entrepreneur.
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( 1:04 ) Welcome back to another He Said She Said episode of The Chris Harder Show.
( 4:00 ) Chris introduces the topic of today’s episode, figuring out if it’s better to hustle or flow.
( 4:18 ) Lori says, “There’s that old saying that the truth is always somewhere in the middle.”
( 5:03 ) Lori says, “It depends on how big your dream is and it depends on what season you are in.”
( 6:51 ) Lori talks about how she’s approaching her plan with her second book.
( 9:02 ) Chris talks about the concept of hustling with boundaries.
( 11:08 ) Lori says, “You will be better if you somehow could mark off just one day to be present.”
( 12:23 ) Chris says, “When you’re within the container of work, that’s where you’re hustling and leaving every last drop that you possibly have to leverage.”
( 14:54 ) Chris talks about how much better his days have been since he turned off his text notifications.
( 16:47 ) Lori says, “It’s constant launching, landing, refueling.”
( 17:11 ) Lori highlights the importance of giving your team time to recharge, too.
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