What Do You Control?

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There are so many variables in our lives that we can’t control – things like weather, nature, or other people’s actions or intentions. But there are some things that we have total control over and one of them is how we do our work. We have control over what we do, how invested we are in what we do, and how we prioritize our time. We control how hard we work, when we rest, and how much prep we put into our project. We control our hustle.

  • Hustle is a mentality.
  • Hustle is not just our work ethic, it’s our approach to how we work.
  • Hustle makes us do things others simply refuse to engage.
  • Hustle is not mystic, hustle is practical.
  • Hustle takes prioritizing and delegating.
  • Hustle requires doing the hard work; the work that moves good to great.
  • Hustle is going the extra extra mile.
  • Hustle is the streets and the office.
  • Hustle is being prepared so we have options.
  • Hustle is getting to work, not having to work.
  • Hustle is not based on salary, title, or resources.
  • Hustle doesn’t allow excuses.
  • Hustle doesn’t understand “can’t”.
  • Hustle is setting other people up to win.
  • Hustle is clearing obstacles, not allowing them to keep you from your goal.
  • Hustle is the last 10% when 90% would do just fine.
  • Hustle is the last tweak that most people wouldn’t notice.
  • Hustle is going with your gut when you know it won’t be popular.
  • Hustle is following that voice that says ‘this is crazy’.
  • Hustle is getting up no matter how many times you’re knocked down.
  • Hustle can’t stop.

We need your hustle. If you don’t hustle, we can’t be all that we’re intended to be.

Are you hustling? How do you define hustle? How do you engage a hustler’s mentality?

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