- The Life Changing Effects of Constant Motion
- Sprecher: Michael Pauley
- Spieldauer: 2 Std. und 37 Min.
- Ungekürztes Hörbuch
- Erscheinungsdatum: 25.07.2016
- Sprache: Englisch
- Anbieter: Jesse Tevelow
Don't be fooled, though. The biggest opportunities in life don't come from sprinting. They emerge over time through constant motion.
A gritty, inspiring listen, Hustle is the nudge we've all been waiting for.
Who should hear this book:
Young people trying to figure out how to succeed in our new, entrepreneurial economy
Anyone bored with their routine, at work or home
Entrepreneurs who are in it for the long haul
Aspiring writers who are interested in learning how to produce a professional, high-quality book in seven days, and launch it in less than a month.
Artists of every kind
Anyone who wants a jolt of inspiration, a reason to smile, a reason to work hard, a reason to keep hustling
After hearing this book, you will:
Be inspired by the grit and creativity of highly successful hustlers including Jamie Foxx, Brian Chesky, and Naval Ravikant, among others.
Discover the peculiar habits of prolific, historical hustlers like Benjamin Franklin and Pablo Picasso
Know how to optimize your working space for ultimate productivity
Appreciate the value of sprinting inside a marathon
Learn the important difference between being a "turkey" vs. a "cheetah"
Understand why constant motion is the single thread that connects all hustlers
And much more
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Von Schoeschss Am hilfreichsten 08.12.2016
Well ... no
This book remembers me contemporary art (full disclosure: I don't like it). It's existence and the process of its creation is more important than the content itself. At least the author is honest, he realizes he could not cope with the target he set but he released the book anyway. Must say that even his 30.000 words were full of non content ... lists and a diary log, just to give some examples.
All in all, there are much better books on the subject where the author is actually writing and not doing an experiment where the reader is the subject.