What's up Hustlers? I have two big announcements I would like to make.
I took the week off from my day job to relax, reflect, and finish my upcoming book. During this week I’ve been thinking a lot about what really motivates me and what my values are. This is something people don’t really think about, or they aren’t honest with themselves.
Brett Favre was known as the ‘Iron Man’ of football, way before the Marvel movie hype started. He had the NFL record for most pass yards and still holds the record for most starts with 298 games. Brett Favre was known for being tough. He got those records by playing through pain and never giving up.
Colleges have been important institutions for hundreds of years, since the first universities built by the ancient Greeks. They are centers for higher learning where you expand on your knowledge from high school and learn new information that can land you a good job. They have been valuable for hundreds of years… until now.
We all have different sources that we draw inspiration from. Some people look at athletes, movie stars, and entrepreneurs. I am inspired by countless people, both celebrities and people in my own social circle. Who doesn’t love a movie or TV show where the main character fights against all odds to defeat the villain and save the day? One of my biggest sources of inspiration as a kid was Anime.
In the past there was less competition within industries because it was harder to get into advertising and marketing. You had to either start your own physical marketing agency or join one, those were your only real options. Now we live in an age where anyone can start a business or get into advertising.
I recently did an article on the 3 best bodyweight workouts that you can do anywhere. Today I’m going to talk about my personal favorite exercises you can do at the gym. They work great for me, a 26-year-old male, but will be good for anyone.
I wish I knew smart ways to invest my money for retirement sooner, but late is better than never. If I had that knowledge when I was 18 or 19 then I could’ve had a lot of extra money saved. I’m lucky that I have a father who has experience investing money into stocks and bonds. I also have an interest in it because I want my money to work for me and grow.
When I was 24, I spent months brainstorming business ideas. I knew that I wanted to start a business but wasn’t sure how a young guy with little money and experience could start one. I had already learned all about Richard Branson and how he defied the odds to become a rich, successful entrepreneur, but there was something else missing from the puzzle. Weeks later I was browsing the bookstore and picked up a book that looked interesting: Rise and Grind by Daymond John.