Grind Hustle Quotes

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Kwame Alexander (The Crossover)
Good things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle. Rise & grind!
LaNina King
Take a leap of faith on your dreams, not for me and not for the society, just for yourself.
Vinay Garg
maybe the cure for any burnout is to work harder.
Phil Knight (Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of Nike)
The hardest chore to do, and to do right, is to think. Why do you think the common man would choose labor, partially, as a distraction from his own thoughts? It is because that level of stress, he most absolutely abhors.
Criss Jami (Healology)
I want us to understand that nuance is freeing and freedom. There is no such thing as cookie-cutter healing. Everyone brings with them an origin story, a history, and identities that are interconnected. There is room to rest in the freedom of managing your own deprogramming journey. It is never either/or and always both/and. You don’t have to grind, hustle, accept burnout as normal, and be in a constant state of exhaustion and sleep deprivation. You don’t have to kill yourself spiritually or physically to live a fruitful life.
Tricia Hersey (Rest Is Resistance: A Manifesto)
Never accept yourself as a finished product. Be a finished product when you die. As long as you have breath in your lungs, expand yourself.
Brandi L. Bates
Hustle. Grind. Integrity.
Stephanie Lahart
Investing requires a substantial amount of effort, skill, and wisdom. However, it shouldn’t be laborious. Look at the trees in the forest - are any of them laboring? Are any of the trees in the forest hustling or grinding? No, the trees in the forest are not laboring, hustling or grinding. It’s a natural flow, a progressive accumulation. The trees in the forest are active, yes. But their activity is with calm, temperance, strategy, consistency and faith - not laborious. At Mayflower-Plymouth, we invest like the trees in the forest - with calm, temperance, strategy, consistency, and faith.
Hendrith Vanlon Smith Jr.
I began to consider, upon the thought of "permanently" relocating, everything New York had made me. When I arrived, I was like a half-carved sculpture, my personality still and undefined image. But the city wears you down, chisels away at everything you don't need, streamlines your emotions and character until you are hard cut, fully defined, and perfect like a Rodin sculpture. That is something truly wonderful, the kind of self-crystallyzation not available in any other city. But then, if you stay too long, it keeps on wearing you down, chipping away at traits you cherish, character that you've earned. Stay forever, and it will grind you down to nothing.
Jacob Tomsky (Heads in Beds: A Reckless Memoir of Hotels, Hustles, and So-Called Hospitality)
Higher desire and prices to live in overcrowded pollution. Lesser desire and prices to live in serene nature. It doesn't make sense regardless of what you say about opportunities.
Torron-Lee Dewar
Every 'No' you hear births a hustle.
Johnnie Dent Jr.
The fastest way to get what you actually want in your life is to drop the false belief that you must continue to wait in order to have it.⁣
Richie Norton
You know you're doing something right when you've haters around every corner.
Cliff Hannold
We don’t stop and we don’t give up period. If the plan doesn’t work, we choose to change the way we work. If that doesn’t work, then we choose to change the plan, but we don’t change the goal and we don’t stop pushing, grinding and hustling.
De philosopher DJ Kyos
You will work harder at something you love than at something you like. You will work harder than you have ever worked when you start chasing a dream. You will hustle and grind and sweat and push and pull. You will get up earlier and go to bed later. But that’s okay.
Jon Acuff (Start: Punch Fear in the Face, Escape Average and Do Work That Matters)
Productivity is now sold as a lifestyle. People hustle away and grind for the sake of grinding. New calendars. New dry erase markers. New journals. But when they write in advanced journals, they write of goals and next steps— never of thoughts and secrets. When they write of goals, their goals are to have more goals. So you abandon the empty castle that is productivity and enter the little cottage of your funny heart.
Kristian Ventura (The Goodbye Song)
The sun tapped at the window pane, softly but firmly he was calling my name. He said rise, let me place this crown upon your head. I said, it's the weekend everybody's still in bed. This isn't for them, the sun made himself clear. Do you understand, LaNina, or should I call you Lear? I'm up, I replied throwing my diamond in the sky. Through the all seeing eye, he re-energized my life. Now you're, ready, the sun said, as I no longer felt heavy. It's time to hustle, LaNina, I mean Lear, you know this grind stays steady. I know, I remarked soaking up the energy from the sun. Lightly lifted from the ground, closed my eyes, stretched my arms until my refill was done. Let's get it, I yelled as my feet touched the floor. The sun said, wait, I'm going to fill you with more. I gave thanks for the new day & love for God from the core. I'm ready, I said while the sun filled me. I opened my eyes to a different side of life, but much better I could see. I'm free. He said, go ahead but work with you isn't done. I know. However, it was a pleasure coming face to face with 'The Son'.
LaNina King
Hustle... Grind... Write... Repeat!
Welfare grinding had always been my best hustle, so leaving it completely alone was impossible. I simply drove out to Delaware two weeks ago and applied for benefits out there with a fake ID, Social Security number, and an address.
Kendall Banks (Still Grindin' ( part 2 of The Welfare Grind Series))
Im all about bigger and greater things, killed that negativity shit, an keep grinding for this hustle Money bagMoney-mouth face
Shaneika Marie
Rich Roll is an inspiring guy. He’s a plant-based nutrition enthusiast, a #1 bestselling author, and according to Men’s Fitness magazine, one of the twenty five most fittest men in the world. One of Rich’s defining qualities is his dedication to dedication itself. He believes we live in a hack culture, where people seek to find the quickest, easiest route to success. And I agree. Hustling isn’t always about hacking. It’s just as much, if not more, about grinding. Here’s Rich:   So if you have a passion and aspire to greatness―if you want to see what you are truly made of, or just how far you can go and what you are truly capable of―forget the hack. Commit to the daily pressure that compels infinitesimal progress over time. Wake up before dawn and apply yourself in silent anonymity. Practice your craft―in whatever shape or form that may be―late into the evening with relentless rigor. Embrace the fear. Let go of perfection. Allow yourself to fail. Welcome the obstacles. Forget the results. Give yourself over to your passion with every fiber of who you are. And live out the rest of your days trying to do better.   I can’t promise that you will succeed in the way our culture inappropriately defines the term. But I can absolutely guarantee that you will become deeply acquainted with who you truly are. You will touch and exude passion. And discover what it means to be truly alive.
Jesse Tevelow (Hustle: The Life Changing Effects of Constant Motion)
The next time you sit down to work, think about what you’re doing. Are you dedicating yourself to a craft? Are you grinding through it and honing your skills? Are you doing truly meaningful work? Hustling isn’t about winning or getting paid. It’s about living for your purpose.
Jesse Tevelow (Hustle: The Life Changing Effects of Constant Motion)
Life is given to all of us and everything that you want to become depends now on your preparation, hard work, and dedication. Only if you are willing to put yourself in process of grinding, hustle, and hard work then there will be a point in life where the opportunity KNOCKS on your door to give you a chance. A chance you always waited for and an opportunity you always wanted to have for yourself so you take yourself on to the path of greatness. You are close to success and succeeding in yourself only when you take charge, take action and make decisions for yourself. No one in this world has become great just by doing average things and being average. The people who go the extra mile, extra effort, and that extra one thing in their life makes them successful and lets them avail themselves of the opportunity that knocks on the door. If you are blind to yourself then you can't see opportunities. You are one opportunity away from success and the life you are dreaming but the question is, are you prepared?
Aiyaz Uddin (Science Behind A Perfect Life)
Burnout is real. If you want success without the hustle and grind, plan for breaks and set boundaries for yourself.
Felecia Etienne (Overcoming Mediocrity: Limitless Women)
Time management is all about making smart choices. So forget the hustle and grind, and take control of your choices - it's the key to success!
Felecia Etienne (Overcoming Mediocrity: Limitless Women)
reclaiming our divinity, given to us by our birth. The concept of filling up your cup first, so you can have enough in it to pour to others feels off balance. It reeks of the capitalist language that is now a part of our daily mantras. Language like “I will sleep when I am dead,” “Rise and grind,” “While they sleep, I grind,” “If it doesn’t make money, it doesn’t make sense,” “Wake up to hustle,” and many more. The cup metaphor also is most often geared toward women, who, because of patriarchy and sexism, carry the burden of labor. Marginalized women, specifically Black
Tricia Hersey (Rest Is Resistance: A Manifesto)
If you don’t have Secretariat heart, you can cultivate intention. You just need a big enough WHY to keep you on your grind. That sort of intention has teeth. Rappers call it hustle. I like that.
Lux Alani (Punch Happy: There's No Crying in Boxing)
No need for the hustle & grind when you can tap into your inner power & manifest what you desire with grace & ease.
Felecia Etienne (Overcoming Mediocrity: Limitless Women)
Don't go at it alone, my friend. Look for allies who'll lend a hand, easing the burden with a peaceful flow instead of pushing you into that grind-hustle cycle.
Felecia Etienne (Overcoming Mediocrity: Limitless Women)
Flow destroys the idea that you have to be constantly working or grinding to get what you want. When you embrace the concept of flow, that energized, full-of-focus way of being, you can more naturally embrace rest, recovery, and reflection as essential pieces of a fulfilled life.
Amanda W. Jenkins (Go From Hustle to Flow: Yoga + Mindset Practice to Release Overwhelm, Cultivate Peace + Redefine Success)
Even those who claim to be a part of the wellness industry are pushing hustling, grinding, capitalism, girl boss, competition, and co-opting the work of Indigenous practices for clout and money.
Tricia Hersey (Rest Is Resistance: A Manifesto)
Don't let the hustle and grind of life cloud your judgment - take the time to understand what works best for YOU and craft a plan that aligns with your goals.
Felecia Etienne (Overcoming Mediocrity: Limitless Women)
I wake up and grind like the whole world owes me money. I'm taking that money like I'm owed.
Marion Bekoe
Hustling was free. It was the grind that cost you.
Nako (In Love With a Brooklyn Thug)