# Highly Recommended《Bran-New + Hardcover Edition + 3 Successful Entrepreneurs Teach How To Hustle, Shake It Up, Break Free And Make Your Dream Happen》Neil Patel - HUSTLE : The Power to Charge Your Life with Money, Meaning, and Momentum
This International bestseller in hardcover edition is a bran-new book and still wrapped with new-book plastic wrapper. The original new book is sold at usual price RM113.36. Now here Only at RM33. A New York Times, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and IndieBound bestseller that Fortune says is a must-read for any entrepreneur! The dynamic, game-changing guide to finding success and fearlessly outsmarting the system. Too often we feel like underdogs fighting a system that stacks the odds against us. We work hard, follow the rules, and dream of a better life. But these days, WORKING HARDER DOESN'T always lead to fulfillment. In fact, according to Gallup research, nearly 90 percent of people feel disconnected from their jobs. So how do you break free from the drudgery and achieve more success on your own terms? You hustle. The secret lies in making manageable tweaks and placing small bets on pursuits that propel you from who you are today to the person you’re destined to become. Hustle is a step-by-step guide to breaking out of the monotony of the 9-5 lifestyle and making your dreams a reality. It lays out the tools you need to realise the work you enjoy and gain the confidence and motivation to be in charge of your own adventures. In a world where loyalty doesn’t translate into success learn how to get ahead and discover a more imaginative way of living. In Hustle, Neil Patel, Patrick Vlaskovits, and Jonas Koffler―three of the nation’s top entrepreneurs and consultants―have teamed up to teach you how to look at work and life through a new lens―one based on discovering projects you enjoy and the people and opportunities that support your talents, growth, income, and happiness. Neil Patel, Patrick Vlaskovits and Jonas Koffler know all too well that not all of us are born extra ordinary, and how in fact, for the majority of people hustling is not second nature. Each of the authors has figured out how to secure a more imaginative way of living through work that defines, but also reflects and rewards their strengths and talents. The authors reveal their groundbreaking three-part framework of Heart, Head, and Habits. Along the way, you will learn to redefine hustle as the optimal path to success using powerful, often counterintuitive, advice, including: ● Why you must own your dreams, not rent dreams from others ● Ways to create your own luck and “POP” ● How to betray yourself to stay true to yourself―and develop your potential ● The four major career hustles and the path that's best for you More than just an inspirational career guide, Hustle aims to fundamentally transform the way you work and live, and give yourself permission to thrive in today’s uncertain world. Hustle is split into three parts: ➽ ‘The Heart’, which teaches you how to follow your own dreams rather than others; ➽ ‘The Head’ covers how to get started and how to prepare for the mistakes that can come with risk; finally, ➽ ‘The Habits’ demonstrates how to spot opportunities and create your own luck. Hustle explains how realigning these parts will bring more momentum, money and meaning to your life. If you feel the pull to do something more, to try something new, but haven’t yet been able to follow through, then perhaps this book will provide enough information and inspiration to get you going. Much of what’s in this book feels like common sense. It’s things you’ve likely heard before in different contexts. You already know much of it. But it’s the sorts of things we often don’t do, even though we think they’re common sense. "COMMON SENSE IS NOT COMMON PRACTICE" Look how many of us start dieting, or start exercising, but don’t follow through, we end up stopping, we let it overwhelm us. But because of that I think it will take the right sort of person to benefit from this book, someone who’s already, or is close to, deciding they are willing to do what it takes, someone who has found, or is just on the verge of finding, the drive to keep trying. If you have that but need a little inspiration, then read the book. It’s full of stories demonstrating the topics and points., and steps to take to get started without overwhelming yourself. The gist of the book is to find and do something that moves you, something you’re passionate about and good at. Don’t try to avoid failure, but accept it as a part of the process. If you’re not failing you’re not trying. Continually take small measured risks, small enough they don’t overwhelm, but large enough they keep you out of your comfort zone and force you to learn and grow. Then commit to what you’re doing. Don’t just talk about, dream about, and plan for it. Start doing it. Take 10 minutes at a time and focus on doing one thing. Over time you begin creating habits that drive you forward. As with most things, what you get out of this book will depend on what you’re willing to put into it. It’s not entirely easy. It doesn’t happen fast. It’s a slow process you have to continually work at. As they state in the book, getting started is the most difficult aspect of anything worth doing. But if you do get started and begin building the right habits, embracing the right risks, then you gain momentum, and with that momentum comes the virtuous cycle. More swings, more luck, more hits. More money, more meaning, more momentum. ----------------------------------------------- From Authors : WHAT IT MEANS TO HUSTLE Before we began writing, I was hustling in a subconscious manner, pushing forward without really thinking about hustling. I was looking for ideas, an underlying truth, an actionable path forward to goals I hadn’t fully formed. I used the opportunity of being present at a global innovation and culture-making conference to take a different and unconventional approach to understanding the significance of a shared desire to push the world forward. I was calling upon an old love—linguistics—which isn’t my main job in life but is a tremendous tool to get past the surface conversation and find the underlying meaning in communication. I didn’t know how it would pay off. I just decided to explore and ask a lot of questions. I was aware that Patrick was equally tuned into the idea and practice of hustle as well, and that Neil was actively exhorting audiences at his talks that “hustle” was exactly what they needed to do to achieve success. None of us knew, then, or cared much that the term came from an old Middle Dutch word, hutselen, that means “to shake.” But when we began talking about the concept for our book, connecting the dots, we realized the title had found us, pulled us toward it, and that the word itself would simultaneously serve as compass for us to map our own navigational trajectories, but also was a lens we could put on the broader creative economy to better understand what people wanted and how they could achieve it in their own unique ways on their own terms. Still, the word remained misunderstood by most and overused. To keep it simple, hustle, in our book, is about shaking up your life. Shaking up your life to set yourself free. It’s about, as Ben Franklin, Nikola Tesla, David Bowie, Steve Jobs, Madonna, Elon Musk and countless other remarkable innovators have put it, “letting go of the old to begin anew” or simply getting out of our own way to enable ourselves to find our own way. We do this by not simply following the herd or aping conventions imposed on us. In the Jungian sense, we call this moving from “who you are to who you are to become.” it’s ultimately about individuation and agency. And that might be in the form of any array of pursuits we undertake, both big and small, and the experimentation, invention, discovery, and risk-taking to move your work from mediocre to magnificent, your art or music from irritating to irresistible. When we set our minds on creating the next legendary technology product, closing a seed round to finance a big project or embark on building an exceptional company that everyone aspires to work for, that takes guts. But our hustle need not be so demanding, either. It might simply involve making a small rather than a seismic shift in how you work every day, and your creative process. It means allowing for less mastery and inviting lots of failing. And above all, it means taking action to do something that moves you every day. Our redefinition of “hustle” is: “Decisive movement toward a goal, however indirect, by which the motion itself manufactures luck, surfaces hidden opportunities, and charges our lives with more money, meaning, and momentum.” In life, most of us have been given rules for how to live to reach success. Some recent ones include: ● Find your one area or your one thing to focus on in work (expertise trap) ● Follow your passion (naive approach) ● Achieve mastery through Gladwell’s 10,000 hours (debunked nonsense) Each idea looks reasonable on the surface, yet is completely out of touch with the reality of life. And each carries its own flaws. Life is messy and colorful. It’s more about the chaos and trial and error we experience than simplicity and certainty. Unless you’re a monk meditating on the side of the mountain, it just doesn’t work in that way of predictability. And frankly, it’d be boring if it did. Many of us believed these bulleted prescriptions, and the ones that came before them were the recipe for happiness and success. And yet, upwards 90 percent of people today according to Gallup data (where I once worked) would say they are neither happy nor successful in their work. That’s a crappy, no good, rotten truth. No matter how faithfully they followed the rules, they were devoting themselves to rented dreams, dreams put forth by someone else as the ultimate life, along with a recipe for how to achieve them. The result is a sense of powerlessness as we lean in on the road to nowhere in particular. The journey sucks and the destination’s not so hot either. Hustle is about jumping off the conveyor belt. Hammering your hamster wheel. Collapsing the cubicle and punishing the printer. Not just listening for the surface conversation, but taking a different approach—our own approach—to finding the answers we’re looking for. The recipes and platitudes completely ignore the reality that each of us is born as an amazing combination of factors that make us individuals, complicated by our upbringing, unique experiences, and our desires. Our talents, strengths, and our flaws all play a role in finding and empowering our very individual dreams—the ones that move us to action. The path is almost never straight, always requires movement, risk, work, trial and error, and a measure of stress or pain that we have to embrace on the road to really living our lives. That’s hustle. Shake it up. Make something happen. Get some bruises if you have to but do so in the service of your dream. About the Authors NEIL PATEL is the co-founder of Crazy Egg and Hello Bar. He helps companies like NBC, GM, HP and Viacom grow their revenue. The Wall Street Journal calls him a top influencer on the web, Forbes says he is one of the top 10 online marketers, and Entrepreneur Magazine says he created one of the 100 most brilliant companies in the world. He lives in Seattle, Washington. PATRICK VLASKOVITS is an entrepreneur and the New York Times bestselling author of The Lean Entrepreneur. His writing has been featured in the Harvard Business Review and the Wall Street Journal, and he speaks at technology conferences nationally and internationally, including SXSW, GROW Conference, The Turing Festival, and The Lean Startup Conference. He is founder and CEO of Superpowered Inc. JONAS KOFFLER is a creative media consultant, producer, and writer. He advises internationally recognized thought leaders and creative artists, helps organizations innovate, develops strategy and intellectual property for startups and billion-dollar companies alike, and has contributed to multiple bestselling books. He lives in Austin, Texas.
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