Rise And Grind?

Rise And Grind?

By Stephanie Seferian

'Rise and Grind' reveres working for work's sake, and it's immensely popular. But grind culture is capitalism's fuel; worse, it diminishes you and me to cogs in the capitalist wheel. Today we're discussing hustle culture: What it is, who benefits from the collective all-in, and how we can slowly unsubscribe from a life of overwork.   Here's a preview: [5:00] Why do the (Western) masses follow grind culture's principles despite its best interest? [8:30] Who - or what - benefits from overwork? (Hint: It's not you and me.) [14:30] Rise and Shine over Rise and Grind: Here's how [22:30] How to practice letting of obligations go IRL, plus: what to do with your newfound free time   Resources mentioned: Why Are Young People Pretending to Love Work? (via NY Times) The 'Rise and Grind' of Hustle Culture (via Psychology Today) Tricia Hersey's interview on We Can Do Hard Things Episode #308: Prioritizing Your Priorities -- * Join our (free!) community here. * Find your tribe. Sustainable Minimalists are on Facebook, Instagram + Youtube. * Email me and say hello! MamaMinimalistBoston@gmail.com. Our Sponsors:* Thank you to LifeStraw! https://lifestraw.com/Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/sustainable-minimalists/exclusive-content
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