Are you ready? You had a great weekend, but it’s time to get back to work. And by work I just don’t mean your day job. I mean your life in general. Don’t just go through the motions in a state of denial about your present circumstances.
We are not stuck where we don’t want to me. It’s time to hustle. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing. For some reason the word hustle has gotten a bad reputation. People think that hustling means that you are being underhanded and seedy in everything you do in life. Like you are cutting corners.
Hustling is just the opposite. Hustling is a relentless pursuit to tackling your dreams. Hustling is not listening to the detractors and the million ways they want you to feel guilty about working hard. Harder than they are. And it’s not a competition. Not with them at least.
You are in competition with yourself. You are in competition with the 24 hours that are in a day. That’s 86,400 seconds of you knocking out some of your goals. Tell me you don’t have the time.
Tell me you don’t have the same time as every other person in the world to hustle. So this week pick one goal and work on it all week. Take two or three hours each day and dedicate some hustle muscle to it. It may be two or three hours before you go to work. It may take a couple of hours after your family has gone to bed.
But it can be done. You want it. I know you do and I want it for you, too. So let’s pick a goal and a time to work on it. Lets hustle.