Can't see how you can justify points 3 and 10. utterly ridiculous. I can't beleive someone would suggest that working 24/7/12 at the xpense of family, etc is a good way to work (and live).
I work hard and am committed to my job. Yet I am also committed to my family. You have to have a work\life balance. To suggest otherwise is plainly wrong. Yes, things go wrong and yes, sometomes you have to work late and outside of nomral business hours. But to suggest that being at work is more important than being a good husband and father, then you are very much mistaken.
A really poor article.
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