First off, I do not separe work from daily life.
To me, it’s the same thing.

Why separating? Is there a you at work and a you at home?

If yes, there is a serious problem. Life cannot be put in drawers.

Freedom? It’s up to you to choose the amount of freedom you have. You don’t have to be complacent, to follow dogmas, to be “sheeple”.

Follow your heart, be hungry… Always.

There can be too much freedom, for sure, but only if this kind of freedom is guided by selfish, greedy, malignant purposes.

Facebook has too much freedom. Some people are fine with it.
Same for Google, and then again some people are fine with it.

It is better to not be free when it comes to leading a team project, for instance. If every member sets his/her own rules, it won’t work.

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