I need people to understand that there is no such thing as “making it.” That no matter how much money you stack, fame you achieve, or success you taste, there are going to be more struggles in your future. More drama to deal with. More obstacles placed in your path.

You were better trained, better prepared. But you didn’t let the world see that because you were scared. That fear is going to stop you from getting full value for your work. Don’t let it happen. 

So, despite not being the most talented, best-looking, or most experienced, how do I keep finding success in so many different fields? I hustle as hard as I can, day in and day out.

No matter what situation or setting you find yourself in, you don’t ever want to depend on anything—or any other person—to make you feel in control and comfortable. That sense of confidence should always come from within. Not from an external source. 

When I get in I’m already feeling fully in control, energized, and mentally prepared. It’s the only way to show up at the office if you want to make things happen. 

The real secret is the most successful people have awareness of what their body needs and sleep whenever necessary 

You’re going to find that some of the things you “couldn’t live without” were actually standing between you and your best life 

Hard work and dedication are two of the characteristics found in all true hustlers. Another is focus. Because if you’re not able to focus and direct your hard work, you might be hustlin’ hard, but you won’t be hustlin’ smart. 

Whenever you feel confused about a situation, it’s imperative that you find a way to turn the volume down and reconnect with what you’re truly feeling. 

A skilled hustler will always strategically assess all the risks and rewards before he commits to something. 


You can download the book here: Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter PDF