“You’ve been hustlin’ a lot lately, Ken!”
That’s what someone in the business said to me recently. I’ve heard it before. From my basketball coach. To my first mentor in the biz.
And the other day, as I was running . . . literally running . . . from . . . from one rehearsal studio to another . . . while on the phone with an potential investor . . . while my phone was buzzing from texts from a speaker at our upcoming Summit . . . I wondered, “Will I ever get to stop hustling?”
The answer is yes. I can stop anything I want.
But if I stop . . . so will the progress towards my goals.
An object in motion tends to stay in motion. An object at rest tends to stay at rest.
So I stay in motion . . . and every day try to get just a little bit further ahead towards the goals I’ve set.
It doesn’t take long before those little bits add up to something extraordinary.
So if you don’t want to hustle, that’s ok. But you also better be ok with staying where you are right now.
If you want to do more . . . with your shows, with your career, get in motion and stay in motion . . . and watch what happens in no time.
Go get ’em.
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