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    Netflix co-founder, Marc Randolph, gives his version of success as well as valuing relationships over everything.

    Marc Randolph ensures he makes Tuesday date nights with his wife mandatory and strongly opined that there was nothing that interfered with it.

    Celebrating 30 years of their marriage, Netflix co-founder, Marc Randolph ensures he makes Tuesday date nights with his wife mandatory and strongly opined that there was nothing that interfered with it. To Marc Randolph, a co-founder of Netflix, success is marked by the right work-life balance Rand, Marc Randolph co-founded six other companies in addition to Netflix.

    “I tried a lot throughout my whole career to maintain the work-life balance: For years, I had strict Tuesday Date-Nights with my spouse. I had a strict schedule for more than 30 years: on Tuesdays, I left at 5 p.m. sharp and did not get back until late evening or night, no matter if it was raining or snowing; I would take my best friend to watch a motion picture, dine out,

    He said that for the last thirty years, he has been ensuring that he does not set up any meetings that are to begin after 5:00 pm on Tuesday because he spends his Tuesday evenings on a date with his wife. “If you had something to say to me on Tuesday afternoon at 4:55, the sign to say it for the parking lot it is If there was a crisis, we are going to finish at 5:00 ”

    During these date nights, Randolph acknowledged that ‘it has helped him to stay sane over the years’, and that the dates also helped ‘put his work into perspective’.

    Upon the completion of his definition of success, he said, “ I decided a long time ago that I do not want to be an entrepreneur on the number seven company and number seven marriage. In fact, the thing I am most proud of in my entire life is that I never started any of the companies during the times when my kids grew up and as far as I know, still like me; as well as being able to stay married to the same woman and

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    Many people related to the definition of success that Randolph posted, so they did not hesitate to leave their comments in the comments section.

    One person wrote, “Being happy that you did not lose value for your family while building is the biggest test of a successful founder,” followed by a congratulatory message that read, “Glad you aced it, Marc. ”

    “I like this definition of success and this is mine, I joke about it saying ‘My goal is to be successful and happy’ and I believe that this explains why a personal partnership, family, and time for them and myself is ideal for my happiness. ”

    A third said, “This is the only definition of success and I stand by it. ”

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