Zerodha CEO Nithin Kamath: Nitin Kamat, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of financial services company Zerodha recently tweeted about lack of sleep and how the problem has worsened due to remote work amid the Coronavirus crisis. Did.
Sharing his experiences with people in his circle, Kamat said that sleep deprivation is common among people suffering from serious heart problems. Kamat said that due to email, news app, social media and chats, it is difficult to sleep. He said that being completely separated from these before sleeping has really helped him.
Close work chats at 6 pm
The Zerodha CEO said that closing work chats after 6 pm has also worked for him and his employees.
He said, “Now I am trying to switch off the phone till evening. I keep reminding myself that this should be business, not business-ness. Staying busy means less productivity.”
The number of people having severe heart issues in my extended circle is terrifying. The common thread seems to be sleep deprivation, and not nearly enough is spoken about the importance of sleep on overall health & well-being. The problem has gotten worse post-COVID & WFH. 1/3
— Nithin Kamath (@Nithin0dha) December 30, 2021
Yearly health target set in 2020
In August, Kamat tweeted that after the nationwide coronavirus lockdown in 2020, members of his team were potentially unwell due to exercise, lack of work-life balance and poor diet while working remotely.
To change this, Kamat asked his team members to set annual health goals for themselves and provide monthly updates on their progress. “To increase participation, every person who achieves the target will get 1 month salary and 1 lucky draw of Rs 10 lakh as bonus,” he added.
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Found many inspiring stories
Kamat said that the stories of change found in this sequence were very inspiring. He said, “We also have evidence that being healthy also improves professional performance. Our Get Healthy program will now run permanently. Sharing the idea with all the fellow entrepreneurs.
Kamat founded Zerodha in 2010 along with his brother. The company has now become the largest stock brokerage house in India.