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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.
This is probably only the second review I've ever taken the time to write but after reading Hustle, I felt compelled to do so. No matter who you are, where you are in life or what you aspire to, consider this book an amazing gift. It's a very quick read that will inspire you to get going or breathe fresh life into your journey.
This is not one you should pass up!
I think that "Hustle" focuses more on the process of producing a book, but its an experience we can all learn from anyways. It takes a lot of effort to write this many words and edit and market it and have it rate as highly as it does. There are so many things that hold us back, but I think this serves as a good reminder that larger feats are still possible even in short amounts of time.
It doesn't offer anything revolutionary, but it was a fun read and definitely hammers down on the fundamentals of hustling -- which is essentially putting 100% into life.
I don't agree 100% with him; for example, he says planning has no value because life changes in unexpected ways. I think you should just plan in such a way that gives room for changes (e.g. specific for 90 days and loose after that).
But he also shares some big ideas. For example, he says that we no longer connect with influential gatekeepers and then create good stuff. It's reverse. Your good creations are what facilitate you connecting with influential gatekeepers.
Great read for anyone trying to accomplish something significant with their life.