Hustle Harder Hustle Smarter 50 cent | Book Review

June 8, 2020

I’m going to break down 5 of the key nuggets that I left this book with ✅2 FREE AUDIOBOOKS✅¬¬¬

Hustle Harder Hustle Smarter 50 cent | Book Review

1. Take Equity
– A lot of the time people are focused on making a fast check
– However, sometimes that might not be the best idea

For example:
– In this book Curtis Jackson AKA 50 cent
– Was proactive about getting a deal with vitamin water
– But instead of taking a quick paycheck, he asks for equity ( and that equity in return turned into millions of dollars when Coco-cola bought vitamin water )

Recent Example:
– Beyonce was actually brought in by the uber team to do a performance for 6 million
– She took that payment in equity
– Today that stake after the company went public is worth around 300 million.

– The idea is, some deals you want to focus on a paycheck
– But if you believe in the company and terms are good
– Then consider an equity agreement ( and always have a lawyer help you )

2. Don’t get fixated on a number
– This was something I did when I was 19 years old
– I had this crazy goal that I wanted to have a 100k in cash by the time I turned 25
– And for a while, all I did was save money

– Being fixed can get you to your goal, yes but it can also keep you away from other opportunities
– So the more I read books and discovered opportunity cost and inflation
– The worst of the idea that became

The Idea is:
– Having specific goals is important, but sometimes setting goals with limited information can also hold you back
– So always stay open to new terms
– And I think by the age of 21 or 22 I already had a net worth pass 100k ( but I never focus on having money in cash and only on multiplying my wealth)

Tip: I do keep a 6-month emergency fund just in case, however.

3. Health and wealth ( doesn’t skip the gym)
– A lot of unhealthy people blame success for being unhealthy
– And I think almost every single person on the planet goes throw that
– A period where you lose focus on your health

IN the Book:
– 50 cent talks about all reasons he thinks his health is so important
– Talks about ladies talks about feeling good
– But most importantly talks about longevity ( no way you can be successful for a long time when you can’t keep up)

Tip: Warren Buffet also says all the time, you only have one mind and one body, so take care of them both.

4. Success sometimes means leaving some people behind
– This part of the book was very significant to me
– And it probably will be for a lot of you, that watch my channel
– It’s the idea that becoming successful sometimes means leaving some part of your past behind

In the Book:
– He talks about family members, his first wife he had a son with
– And he had to leave them behind in a sense because complacency sometimes grows to great into certain people
– And it hard to share a life with someone that doesn’t want the same life as you do

For example:
– There’s this quote in this book by James Allen “ As a Man Thinketh”
– And he says you cannot help someone that doesn’t want to be helped
– And I’ve gone through that, people will not talk action until they want too.

Tip: Some people will be willing to improve and some people will not, your job is to know the difference

5. Place and time for everything ( you get this gangster persona from 50ecent but when his in those meetings his just Curtis Jackson)
– Overall the idea of this book is really mostly about
– Adaptability when you think about
– The power to adapt to a situation, environment, and also your goals.

And I would share more but I really want you guys to give this book a read, it’s a great book with a lot of great stories also.





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