Milena is the founder of the Unhustle Movement, a certified human potential coach and podcast host on a mission to inspire 100 million people from all over the world to ditch the hustle culture mentality and begin a new way of living and working.
Hustling, grinding and being “on” are synonymous with working in hospitality. Someone always needs something from you and fear of letting them down or negative repercussions from not being available 24/7 are pervasive in our industry.
But that’s the whole point of today’s show. To recognize that this way of working isn’t sustainable and that we’ve got an opportunity to address it now, before everyone gets back to being too busy to care.
Rest, play, being present and focusing on our well-being helps us deal with stress, overwhelm and burnout, and can actually push our creativity and productivity towards optimal performance.
On this episode we discuss:
Milena Regos, founder of the Unhustle Movement is a rebel entrepreneur, ex award-winning marketer, certified human potential coach and podcast host on a mission to inspire 100 million people from all over the world to ditch the hustle culture mentality and begin a new way of living and working. Unhustle has been called “Amazing” by Arianna Huffington (Founder and CEO of Thrive Global) and “Legendary” by Christopher Lochhead (#1 Apple Business Podcaster).
Milena’s has spoken on global stages like World Economic Forum and Wisdom2.0. Her work has been featured in CNN Business, Thrive Global, Authority Magazine and multiple podcasts. She believes that when you focus on well-being, resilience, and purpose you can tap into higher creativity, productivity, and optimal performance.
She lives the Unhustle values between Lake Tahoe and Baja with her Australian husband and Mexican rescue dog. Download her free ebook to start your journey to Unhustle at unhustle.com/ebook.
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