- File Size: 937 KB
- Print Length: 194 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Jesse Warren Tevelow; 1 edition (December 15, 2015)
- Publication Date: December 15, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B019ESY7EI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #308,530 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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As you would expect from any book that takes 3 days to write, it's a fairly quick read and doesn't dive deep into any one topic which was appropriate in this case. I loved the pace of the book and it actually makes me want to commit to a similar challenge. If you're lacking in motivation, this book will inspire you to move forward.
Jesse makes a convincing case that hustle is best sustained through momentum. He gives plenty of examples for each of his points and just as important, he defines what hustle ISN'T.
What surprised me most is how few typos, grammatical and structural errors. The book was well-organized and flowed well. It was clearly written and succinct, which I always appreciate.
Top international reviews
The main idea is “do whatever you have to do NOW”, cool! I like that, but I read the same idea in few other books, making this book not original at all.
This book contains a lot of info, also about how to write a book. Sometimes seems a little bit random talking about 1000 different things, seems like is not well structured.
The thing I hate. He is talking about what workout he is doing, what he is eating and so on, well, I don’t really care about that, don’t fill up space because you want to try to write a book in short time. From my point of view you are devaluating this book.
For 0,99£ is ok, more expensive is a waste of money.
Worth to read if you have free time to read.
If you want to use better your time, there is other better books.
Either way, I like the book.
Let's get the bad out of the way first: there are places where you can tell that Jesse put this together quickly. There are typos, he relies on quoting other people at length to bulk up some chapters, and the book does feel a little disjointed at times.
I don't think any of that matters though. Firstly, Jesse readily admits these faults. That's the cost of writing and publishing a book so quickly. Secondly, Jesse covers an amazing amount of ground in this book, from handling toxic relationships to building a morning routine - if sections feel out of place, then don't worry, because you'll soon be moving onto another interesting topic.
Jesse includes lots of stories of other hustlers - people who are driven to relentlessly act and move forward - but the best story in this book is the meta-story of the book itself. Jesse includes excerpts from his journal as he's writing this book, and they act as a live case study: hustling in action.
The best part is that you'll rush through this book in a couple of hours and come away with at least 4-5 good ideas, and feel motivated and inspired to start taking action. Go for it.
Very practical advice.
A must read.
It is often stated as.
An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.
Jesse Tevelow’s Hustle can derive a metaphor from the law. As according to him, hustling unless acted upon by procrastination, fear, or imperfection can lead to life-changing results. The book Hustle is his way of showing how hustling can be done since he has authored the book in mere seven days in order to earn some quick money.
People write many things nowadays. And when someone says he has written a book in seven days, you don’t expect much from it because judging someone is our basic instinct. Surprisingly, this one is way better than the ones I have read which were not written in seven days. Hustle talks about many things, things which you might have already read somewhere, things which you vaguely remember and things which can motivate you.
And it starts with the need to hustle all the time. It generates momentum, which in turn inculcates self-confidence and finally, you want to do it more. I appreciate the idea, how Jason has shifted the pain of hustling to a desire of suffering of something good. The part where you stop and overpowered by fear, that’s where it becomes more difficult to start again. The book is not life changing but definitely is motivating. It also talks about reading more, embracing fear, releasing perfection, forgetting results, granting yourself permission to make mistakes and making small goals.
I am sure we all have read all of the above pointers somewhere. We have also read how a short plan has much more likelihood of attainment than the long-term plans. We also know how health, love and passion can bring fulfilment to one’s life. We all know it, so why this book?
Because we recognize it but we still have not implemented it. Hustle by Jesse Tevelow is a sweet reminder of what needs to be done like a habit. It is a small nudge which you need right now to get started. So, hustle!