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Jacob Glick

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The well-rounded perspective of investor and entrepreneur Jacob Glick landed him at The Medicine Room to run sales and operations.

Entrepreneurs Need to Slow Down, Says Jacob Glick

Overworking is not going to create the kind of value that creates happiness and true success. Jacob Glick has found that slowing things down often leads to better career choices and a more enjoyable life. He made the shift to travel to over 30 countries and over 30 states when he decided to start exploring value beyond the office.

Finding a Workable Passion
When his brother-in-law asked what he wanted to do, Glick realized his interest was in cannabis. He had already spent time working over 100 hours a week and knew that wasn’t sustainable.

Entrepreneurs and professionals in the US are often encouraged to overwork in an attempt to get ahead. But, killing yourself for the job isn’t going to provide the kind of job satisfaction that is needed for long-term working success. After all, says Glick, what is the point of success if you can’t actually enjoy it?

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Jacob Glick

Scottsdale, Arizona, AZ 102569, US

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