Ravi Handa is looking for a job where he does not have to do anything and still get paid a lot. Handa, a successful edtech founder, says he wants to be time-free. He says hustling in its toxic form is also often self-inflicted, with many individuals pursuing multiple ambitions. Several young companies are changing the narrative by engaging their employees in multiple ways and celebrating the impact they have on the company as a whole. Ravi, nearing 40, believes the hustle in startup culture arises mostly because people are grossly paid, counting overpayable people who were overpaid, then everyone around you is overpaid. And once you overpay and everyone is a superstar, then the expectation is that, everyone is . . .