Business leaders often cite 2,000 hours as the average worker’s annual time commitment to the job. It’s roughly calculated based on a 40-hour average work week. For many entrepreneurs and leaders, though, 2,000 hours is just a dream, with 2,500 hours or more being the unfortunate reality.
If we accept 2,500 hours as a general rule of thumb, that’s likely more hours per year on the job than you devote to any other single activity — more time at work than with your loved ones or your favorite hobby or recreation, perhaps even more time than you sleep. If this is the case, shouldn’t work be about so much more than just a paycheck? Continue reading “Need A Job? Read This First!”