I don’t believe in work life balance. I believe in work like integration…— Nic Haralambous
I want to attack the guys who brag about how many hours they work…— Nic Haralambous
Work-life balance is a struggle for most people.
For entrepreneurs, even more so.
If you get it right, it improves productivity and prevents burnout.
Work-life balance for entrepreneurs – is it a myth?
Can you have it all – time for family and friends, and business growth?
Haralambous is well-known for starting crazy sock retailer NicHarry with R5000, and making a profit in the first month.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
When I’m walking my dog, I’m still thinking about work…— Nic Haralambous
We’ve got rules about when we’re allowed to talk about work.— Nic Haralambous
I sell socks for a living… if I don’t get them to the shop on time, nobody is going to die!— Nic Haralambous
The longer you sleep, the longer you live!— Nic Haralambous
… If you disagree with me, you’re flat out wrong!— Nic Haralambous
If you get 10 hours [of sleep], you’re performing better…— Nic Haralambous
It’s very hard to see the wood for the trees when you’re in the hustle…— Nic Haralambous
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