Spend no more time scheduling meetings or sharing calendars.
Build a routine that is conducive to working alone, a big office, or the back of a coffee shop.
Establish an environment where you have control over everything you do.
Ask yourself the question:
“Is it actually possible for me to be effective right now?”
Is it actually possible for you to succeed in your business?
Do you have the means and the tools you need to do that?
If you do, then work is your playground. Not your classroom, not your boss’ office, not your homework. You can do anything in your business.
Sounds good, right?
You might have heard this before, in a motivational speech or perhaps even on a post-it note.
If you’ve heard this before, why do you find yourself back where you were a year ago, or even five years ago, with the same goal and the same ideas?
The more you have to prove to yourself and to others, the more entrenched you can get in that lazy mindset.
If you’re constantly hustling, you’ll probably feel drained and have less energy to pursue any number of the ideas you dream up.
Hustling is about doing the most to the highest potential of what you have. But it’s a mindset, and a real mindset shift requires some work.