Why You Need A Hustle List

A couple of months ago, my personal assistant Jerrod Murr and I left calm and quiet Oklahoma at 11:30 p.m. to attend a meeting at a 5 a.m. This meeting was in Dallas with Mr. Jon Acuff, and was aptly named the 5 Club.

This is an excerpt from Jerrod’s post on our trip to Dallas:

“In Quitter, Jon writes extensively about Hustling.  You can achieve your dreams, find your dream job, and reach your goals, if you are willing to hustle. I could not agree more with this concept.

By definition, to hustle is to obtain by energetic activity. In reality, hustle is deeper than this. Hustle is doing what it takes to get the job done.  Hustle is making the last call when you don’t feel like it.  Hustle is working your day job, coming home to play with your kids, then studying when they go to bed. Hustle is making time for your dream because time will not magically appear. Hustle is getting up at 5am when you don’t have to. Which brings us to Dallas.”

While in Dallas, we decided to create a Hustle List. The cool thing about a Hustle List is that the things you do early in the morning are things only you can do. You can write, develop your platform, read, exercise, meditate, etc.

You need a Hustle List because you can’t achieve you dreams if you don’t hustle. You need to add things to your list that only you can do. You need to wake up early and work hard to accomplish your goals. I have seen tremendous growth since I adopted a Hustle List into my daily activities, and I know you will see the same results.

Hustle up my friends. Get to working on your goals and dreams by knocking out things on your Hustle List. What is on your Hustle List today?


One comment on “Why You Need A Hustle List

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