The Hustle culture is defined as non-stop hustling. Hustling makes you feel important because of all the tasks on your plate. Your supernatural power makes you believe that you can get everything done. However, this “I can do everything” attitude can lead to overworking and burnout. The hustle culture has us believing that it is healthy to push ourselves to the maximum every day with the no days off mindset.
Let's back up for a moment, and revisit the terms “Hustle” and “Mastermind.” Hustle as in having the tenacity, courage, self-belief, and confidence to get what we want out of life. Most of us cannot get what we want out of life, because we are always on survival mode instead of thriving mode. You heard those phrases “Stay busy if you keep your grind right, It will keep your mind right.” “Hustle beats talent when talent doesn’t hustle.” “If you are still broke, the grind includes Sunday.” “Hustle in silence and let the success make the noise.” Research suggests that in “order to be happy, healthy and successful we need enough sleep, unplug from technology and eat healthily.” Some believe, “the hustle culture is terrible for our mental health.”
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History, Her-story, their story and what is your story? Stories are retold, modified, repeated, ignored or forgotten forever. What is your spoken or written account of significant events? We make, history or become history, a familiar term used in my household growing up. Now is our moment in time and the disparities are available for our Solutions, Revolution, Resolution and Innovation. The world is counting on us to Mastermind this moment in time. “Make an imprint in the Universe.”
However, I cannot negate the fact that we must revisit and acknowledge the past so we can move forward. We have the power and agility to repeat, change or control the narrative. Who is the keeper of knowledge to inspire, uplift and empower? May the hinges fall of the doors and the floodgates of knowledge, opportunity, inspiration, ignite our powers.
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The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday was a little different this year. Just like everything else in our lives with the looming pandemic, we had to innovate, strive and thrive. All the years that I have facilitated programming during this national day of service January 2021 were extremely special. January 18, 2021, the national day of service hit a little differently in this digital era.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s last speech was on April 3, 1968, entitled 'I've been to the mountain top,” delivered at the Mason Temple in Memphis Tennessee. “We got some difficult days ahead,” he stated.
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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream and now we are manifesting the dream . ' Learn baby learn, so you can earn baby earn' stated Dr. King. Starting on January 18, 2021, we are ' Building the Dream' and cleaning up our community ' Philly Clean Up'. On Dr. Kings Digital Day of Service join us in the virtual world 'Wake up, Clean up, Learn and Earn.'
Waking up is a luxury. Something that we can not take for granted. So repeat after me' I am thankful and grateful for everything that is for my greater good.' Clean up your environment, life, business and community. Prioritize what is important. Take inventory over your life. Live a clean healthy life filled with love and grace. Learn a few new things everyday, become a lifelong learning. Use what you have learned to Earn..
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