Do what brings you joy! But if work gets difficult, should I escape and do something easier to find joy? But if there is no hardship, it's very difficult to have joy.
It's also not beneficial to only focus on the things that you like. The question is rather what's the good proportions? If 95% of my time is spent on things that are heavy, draining, and don't give me an uplifting feeling, then this is too much. But if it's 5%, you don't achieve anything extraordinary, because extraordinary stuff requires some effort and effort is always taking energy.
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The podcast was conducted by:
➡ Rein Lemberpuu is the CEO and founder of Contriber. He was also the founder of .Cocoon Program, and before that he was the CEO of Estonia’s second unicorn startup - Playtech. Now he focuses on mentoring startup founders and people who want to walk the path with heart.
➡ Ansis Lipenitis .Cocoon CEO Ansis supports founders’ self-discovery for personal and business growth. A tech-entrepreneur since 2003 with experience in growth, crisis management and exiting. Studies and uses self-discovery and mysticism approach in business and decision-making. Loves nature.
➡ Hristo Neiland .Cocoon COO Hristo is mentoring startup founders and athletes to help them grow and achieve their goals. He started competing in sports early in his life - from basketball to disc golf. He has been leading different businesses since 2018 and is currently working alongside Ansis running the .Cocoon Program.
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