The Art of The Hustle

Today’s culture is saturated with articles, clever memes, and podcasts that idolize terms like “grind” and “hustle.”

Personally, I believe that assuming the responsibility to work hard for your dreams is one of the key elements of success, but at the same time, it’s equally important that we understand how to work, why we are doing the work, and what price we’re paying for the time and energy we invest in the work we do.

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Free blogging crash course: Over 50 video lessons, eBooks, and more

Our blogging crash course is free.

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We’re offering this crash course for free because we want to help as many aspiring bloggers as possible.

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Promote your blog on blogsy!

Would you like to promote your articles in front of an audience of 12,500+ readers?

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The blog is on WordPress, so you’ll be made an editor, so you can publish the snippets yourself. No waiting around for anyone.

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To All The Books I’ll Never Read

In my younger, more vulnerable years, I used to keep a list of all the books I read. I took pride in this, took pride in counting how many books I read in any given year.

I was one of the few who liked to read. It was a secret pleasure of mine, but as soon as I hit the thousand books milestone, it’s lost its charm to me forever.

Maybe I’ve read twice as many books so far, maybe I’m not that good at counting anymore.

In any case, there are billions of words I’ll never get to read. Millions of books, stories, poems, plays, and essays that I’ll never even know about.

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The 4 C’s of Ridiculously Irresistible Articles

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