The Art Of The Hustle

The Art Of The Hustle

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Think the world owes you something? Guess again. You’re not entitled to anything. Nothing. Not a single thing is bestowed upon you for simply existing. The only thing you are entitled to is what you go out and take through hard work and persistence. In fact, you owe the world your best, and it’s time to grind. The grind isn’t a destination, it’s a daily habit. Everyone needs to strap on their working caps, not only to put food on the table, but also to earn favorable credentials earmarking them as productive members of society. Anyone who is capable of grinding but chooses not to is simply a burden to society.

But there’s more to life than the daily grind—it’s called hustling. Hustling is grinding on steroids. But to get high, hustlers don’t use drugs. They use strategic thinking, smart processes, goal setting, value generation, and positive psychology. Vibe to the art of the hustle as I give you ideas and pointers to take your game to the next level.

Respect the hustle and massive results will follow. Here’s how: Forget inspiration and focus on habit. Your success depends more on habit than on inspiration because good habits consistently deliver results, whether you are inspired or not. In contrast, inspiration comes only once in awhile and you won’t get anywhere relying on something that’s sporadic. Habits are ingrained into your subconscious and become part of who you  are. Imagine being on autopilot with your destination set for success. That’s how hustling works and it takes new habits to hustle your way through your school work, career, business, or personal life.

Here are some strategic habits that will 10x your results and keep you ahead of the competition.

In this episode, you will learn . . .

  • How to determine and prioritize the activities that give you the highest value.
  • How to be in your own reality and set personal standards so that you always hit the ground running.
  • How to connect with people who share your values and motivations.
  • How to be selective on the content you consume.


What high value activity will you focus on this week?

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