Business Tips: Maintaining Energy While Always Hustling

Business Tips: Maintaining Energy While Always Hustling

Awesome Tip: Maintaining Energy While Always Hustling

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15 Replies to “Business Tips: Maintaining Energy While Always Hustling”

  1. I do a job I love but after 8-9 hours I have to push myself and it starts to feel like work. I have to work about 10-13 hours a day typically and I find the last couple of hours to be a real grind. Love most of them though.

  2. interesting.. I think the point here is if what are doing is driven by love, you don't burn out (as I'm mostly reading in the comments). I am nobody but I agree.
    Love is driving you, YOU aren't driving you. There is always an infinite abundance to love in world, but there is also always a limited you. As I'm saying this I'm literally telling myself the same. To stop driving myself in what I'm doing and rather allow love to drive me. A very curious feeling that I've been sitting with for a few days and haven't understood until now. haha crazy life x

  3. The question wasn't answered and this is important. I am recovering from adrenal fatigue and other health issues caused by the high stress of being an entrepreneur and holding a job simultaneously for many years. My doctor is constantly on me about getting 7 hours of sleep, that 7 hours will help a lot of my health issues. But it's impossible for me to get 7 hours of sleep. ilI have to find a way because without me, there's no business. So here's the answer – get the sleep, eat clean (I'm on an autoimmune protocol diet) and take adaptogenic herbs like ginseng. Sleep is the biggest part.

  4. Huge fan, and consumer, of your advice and content! Awesome to hear that you love basketball. Would love for you to check out our channel and provide some feedback if you get the chance! Appreciate all that you do.

  5. You somewhat avoided his question.  I think he wants to know how he can work as much as you without burning himself out.  What's the best number of hours of sleep? When do you rest?  Do you eat well and how much time out of your day do you spend on meals?  Loving it or not, you'll be eventually become burnt out if you're only sleeping four hours a night.    

    If this is a successful man's way of "don't tell everyone your secrets" kind of thing, I understand, but the question wasn't really answered and more value would be given doing so.

  6. Haha nice deflate inception! As a Huge Patriots fan, I appreciate the jab but make no mistake we will right hook you twice this season Gary V! Keep up the show! As an upcoming, struggling, hustling entrepreneur it does wonders to keep me motivate and on track.

  7. Can someone help me out on this : So, it's all about loving what you do; you'll always find energy if your passionate. And I completely agree.
    But what if 60% of the time working in your business is boring work. Like, I love my business, I love my product, I love the WHY I'm doing it. But in practice, when you don't have the money to hire people to do it for you : you have to do your accountability, fill out the papers, legal stuff …
    And that takes time, A LOT OF TIME, and so A LOT OF ENERGY. After that I'm depleted.

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