Updated: Dec 29, 2020
50 Cent's Hustle Harder Hustle Smarter
The line is usually drawn deeply in the sand as to who is a fan of 50's, and who outright despises his character. I say character cause the people I know that dislike him absolutely don't know him personally. I guess the same can be said for those that are fans of his. Whether we know him as a success in music, acting, or more recently the creator of the hit t.v. shows, For Life and Power, until you've read Hustle Harder Hustle Smarter, more than likely you don't know 50 at all.
Given the handle as "The Bully," because of his Instagram post, as well as lawsuits concerning lesser known, lesser successful artist than himself, 50 uses HUSTLE HARDER HUSTLE SMARTER as a platform to clear up the unknown. He describes in detail every move that he's made to position himself to be successful in every situation. Of course no-one is 100% successful in everything that they set out to do. But whereas most people fail for lack of planning, I conclude from this book that the lack of planning will never be the case if 50 isn't successful in achieving a goal.
Strategic as well as personal, it addresses family relationships, business partnerships, and how his thinking may have made things better or worse. I appreciate the book mainly because it's honest. Unlike many successful people, 50 Cent/Curtis Jackson doesn't hold any of the strategies of becoming successful back. I believe anyone who's read HUSTLE HARDER HUSTLE SMARTER walked away a better more savvy person in business, as well as life in general.