You know the word entrepreneur. It pops out from behind every corner of the internet, on every book cover, every blog post. It’s no coincidence. You are thinking about it, constantly. The universe is trying to tell you something. Mainly, that inside the next generation workplace, you should be one.
The first book I ever read that opened my millennial mindset to the word hustle was Spark and Hustle by Tory Johnson. Before that book, I had only learned to hustled in college and graduate school. I made my time there an opportunity for personal ego-building achievements that don’t count
It’s all about the doing. But I’m all about the thinking! or rather about the overthinking. I could spend bottomless hours diving deeper and deeper into my own thoughts. Aimless contemplation has been a preferred pastime since childhood. I studied English Literature because it combined the luxury of reading, writing
There’s people out there, companies, teams, private individuals looking for solutions, solutions they cannot manufacture, solutions they might not even see. They are willing and able to pay you, pay the freelancer, to bring those solutions to life. Could they sit down, and find the solutions themselves? They could. Could