Bloomberg’s Key To Success: Don’t Go To The Bathroom


bloombergBladder control.

That’s one of the keys to success that Mayor Michael Bloomberg touted on his weekly radio show this morning – saying he took fewer bathroom breaks than others as part of his tough-as-nails work ethic.

“I always tried to be the first one in [to work] in the morning and the last one to leave at night, take the fewest vacations and the least time away from the desk to go to the bathroom or have lunch. You gotta be there,” Bloomberg said on WOR AM 710. “Everybody says, ‘Oh that’s crazy.’ But if you want to succeed, you can’t control how lucky you are, you can’t control how smart you are, but you can control how hard you work.” Read more here.

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  1. Sorry I disagree

    Being the first in the morning and last at night + affects your family and health

    Luck (Siyata Dishmaya) , brains and hard work within certain parameters will do the job without
    sacrificing health and family

  2. The NY Post headline, which you follow here, is a distortion of what the Mayor said. He talked about limiting breaks – that is not the same as not going when necessary. He may have just meant not to stretch them out or use them unnecessarily.

    While the NY Post is a tabloid and specializes in distorting things, this website operates on a higher standard and should not blindly rehash the nonsense printed there.