Book Review: Hustle Harder-Hustle Smarter
I guess everyone, or at least those who are looking for some type of inspiration to improve the way they do things, whether it’s self-improvement, relationships, mindset or business, have come across material such as Napoleon Hill’s “To Think and Grow Rich,” Robert Kiykoski “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” Robert Greene’s “48 Laws of Power,” San Tzu’s “The Art of War.” Now we can add Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson to the list.
Yes, you heard me, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. His self-improvement book “Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter,” is on the New York Times list of best sellers. Fifty speaks on his personal philosophy and work ethics, giving real life examples of how those philosophies and work ethics fit into plans of action, and the results of implementing those plans. Sharing how his two personalities of 50 Cent & Curtis Jackson thinks.
Even if you don’t like fifty, you have to give credit when credit is due. Listen to this audio book, it will give you a bunch of lessons that one can adapt to their lifestyle. Of course, one may need to go over the principles that fifty speaks on more than once. You may not embrace all of the principles but, even if you take one idea with you, it is worth the time and effort taken to listen or read the book.