The Right Hustle
Fine-tuning the Art of Moving the Needle
The Right Hustle
To hustle right is to choreograph the actions of those that matter to create meaningful accomplishments in an arrangement where everybody involved finds a win.
You may have been told time and again - "The best way to get things done is to hustle hard."
Somehow, it has not worked for you.
Either you are not comfortable with the concept or you simply are unsure how and where to get started RIGHT.
This course is here to not only change that mindset, but also lay the foundation for doing it right.
Our simple goal is to help you fine-tune the art of moving the needle effortlessly.
Is this course for you?
What can you expect from this course?
In short, if you go through the course, reflect on what you learned and apply even half the lessons covered in the course, you can expect to:
- Get buy-in from key people for your projects
- Learn to move the needle for others (with ease)
- Lay the foundation to build a powerful personal brand
Preview1. Ask nicely, but earn the right to ask first. (8:08)
Preview2. Easy for you, valuable for them (3:36)
Start3. It's good to be needed, it's better to be wanted (3:32)
Start4. Energizers claim the prize; dissipaters pay the price (5:24)
Start5. If you are NOT an opportunity at the right moment, you may be an opportunity cost (3:33)
Start6. Quench the thirst of others NOW, accelerate digging your well for the future (7:20)
Start7. People may resist persuasion, they rarely have a chance against reciprocation (5:37)
Start8. Don't judge tomorrow's book by today's cover (5:52)
Start9. Forget the birthdays, remember what matters most (2:53)
Rajesh "Raj" Setty is a serial entrepreneur, author, speaker and mentor based in Silicon Valley.
Raj has co-founded several technology and publishing companies that include, but not limited to Audvisor, WittyParrot, MentorCloud, Jifflenow, iCharts and Compassites Software Solutions Private Limited.
Raj has been a member of the Band of Angels since 2007 and is also an award-winning teacher at the Founders Institute. Raj is also a published author with 15 books to his credit so far with his first book published when he was thirteen.
Raj has been blogging since 2005 and as of today, has more than 1900 posts on his blog. Raj also writes for Huffington Post and Medium. You can find him on Facebook or on Twitter as well.