MonYAY: Dismantling the myth of hustle culture with David Heinemeier Hansson, co-founder of Basecamp1 min read
This extra-special episode of The SaaS Revolution Show comes straight from the online stage at SaaStock Remote. David Heinemeier Hansson, founder of Basecamp and Hey.com, talks to Christoph Janz about hustle culture in SaaS.
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“Rest is for the weak”, “Rise and grind”, “You’ll sleep when you’re dead”. Guess what, folks, this is what we call Toxic Work Culture. DHH is famous for advocating for a calm office culture. It’s only natural to be worried for the future of your business, but there’s better ways to steer the ship than with an iron fist. DHH is here to answer your critical questions on how to manage your business through a time of unprecedented anxiety, without the BS.
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