Running a business can feel like a never-ending battle. You’re constantly fighting and putting out fires. Crazy demands are made on your time, mind and stamina. It’s not easy, and to succeed, you need to find your competitive edge.
Spare time is in short supply, so you need to maximize personal performance with a minimal time investment. You need a practice called biohacking.
A few years ago, my energy would drop off after just six or seven hours of work. After biohacking, I built up the stamina for 100-hour work weeks for months on end. It got me through my company’s grueling launch phase. I still work 90-hour weeks and travel 125,000 miles a year.