The Quest to Be Good at Everything

The co-founder of Bark reveals the systems he uses to manage two growing businesses and a family

Henrik Werdelin seems like he has it all figured out.

He’s a co-founder of Bark, a business with over 650,000 subscribers and hundreds of happy employees. He runs prehype, a venture development firm that has helped start businesses like Roman ($176mm raised) and Managed By Q (acquired by WeWork.) He runs a podcast. He teaches entrepreneurship to university students. And he’s a husband and father to a young son.

With a list of commitments like that, it’s pretty easy to wonder: how the hell does he do it all?

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