The Problem With the Hustle
Plenty of people who want to be successful have bought into the “hustle” culture—the idea that you need to work your ass off every day of your life without break or consideration of the path you are taking.
While this idea may be spread by plenty of people looking to take over their industry, this mindset will only lead to burning yourself out and straining your relationships with the people around you.
Whatever Happens, Be Bruce Lee
Bruce Lee is, in many ways, my hero. The man was a world master in martial arts, had a film career that impacted generations, had an innate charisma that attracted any person he met and, would overcome any obstacle he faced. How did he do it?
Lee emphasized that people should be like water: “You put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle, it becomes the bottle…Water can flow, or it can crash. Be water, my friend.”
Physical, mental, and spiritual fluidity. That is the way of Bruce Lee and one of the core aspects of my maestro mindset.
Mastering the Maestro Mindset
I have been fortunate to find many successes and adventures in my life, and I am constantly asked how I have done it. Do I work hard? Absolutely, but more importantly, I open myself up to the opportunities of the universal flow.
Just like how the earth and sun are hurtling through space, society hurtles around us constantly. Too many people shut themselves off from this commotion and isolate themselves, but to find true success in this world, you must open your spirit to the world around you and be receptive to whatever doors may open.
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