Man Says He Wants to Work 26 Hours a Day, Twitter Calls Out Toxic Hustle Culture
"Sir this is Twitter not LinkedIn," wrote a user.
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Raj Shamani, an entrepreneur and influencer who deals with topics such as startups, money, markets, and economics recently took to Twitter to talk about how much he "loved the grind" of working constantly.
He wrote, "If there were 25 hours a day, I’d still want to work 26 hours. It’s not that I am a workaholic, I just f***ing love the grind."
Netizens started calling out Shamani for encourgaing a toxic culture that focuses only on working endlessly without leaving space for anything else in life. While it might suit Shamani, glorifying something like this that is harmful to one's mental and physical well-being is nothing short of ignorant.
Users didn't call him out directly, but hit back using over-exaggerations of his own tweet. The responses are nothing short of hilarious. Check them out here:
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