get up. Check your phone. brush your teeth. get frozen. Run to work. Grind and barely take time to eat. Walk home. Give in to the urge to check your email and get on with your tasks. go to sleep And do it all again tomorrow.
Have you heard the story? Well, welcome to the grind culture where you’ll work harder, be stronger, be faster, and give 110% of your effort. Definitely Paying off For thousands of employees around the world who are obsessed with making themselves work at their best, hustle has essentially become a way of life. But while the corporate world applauds ambition and sees 18-hour workdays as the new normal, it doesn’t come without a price.
This is heartbreaking Post Shared on the ‘antiwork’ subreddit to remind us of this. A few days ago, Redditor else_order621 He opened up about how his “hustling culture” friend recently died of a heart att*ck at just 32 years old. And just to warn you, it might make you take a hard look at your life right now. Scroll down to read their inspiring story in full, similar experiences readers were quick to share, and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments below.
Recently, this man shared a heart-wrenching story of how hustle culture took his friend’s life.
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Readers immediately responded with condolences and messages of support.
Later, the user also clarified some details about the situation and answered the questions asked by people in the comments.
And others shared similar experiences, revealing the truth about grinding culture.
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