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To survive in today's gig economy you must be a mover a shaker a doer and a maker In The Hustle Economy we give you 25 essays from founders writers producers game makers artists and creative types from every path who share one common trait they are all self made hustlers who have managed to turn their creativity into careers In this collection you will find essays from Producer and performer Mike Rugnetta on why Do what you love is both th. You can t take one popular thing you make and ride it to success You have to double your efforts and keep making cool things shares B

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E best and worst piece of advice you'll ever receive Author television writer and humorist Emma Koenig on staying focused and productive no matter what life throws at you Web comic Zach Weinersmith on the euation for success and using your creativity to do what the rest of us won't Trendspotter Jess Kimball Leslie on identifying your skills and turning it into a successful career This book exists to inspire and inform Your creative career. It was a very nicely written and inspirational book for anyone thinking of getting going on a side hustle Especially the last three c

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Is attainable and we'll show you how to do it and why it's worth it Complete list of essayists Nick Douglas Ben Grelle aka The Frogman Adrian Sanders Farah Khalid Mike Rugnetta Emma Koenig Asha Dornfest Kelsey Hanson Móa Guzmá Thomas Leveritt Casey Bowers Josephine Decker Donna Salgado Alex Pearlman Dante Shepherd Brad O'Farrell Jess Kimball Leslie Meredith Haggerty Alex Larsen Nancy Zastudil Lee LeFever Jeff Wysaski Zach Weinersmith. Some essays I loved others were ok I guess The ones I liked had some great advice so it was a worthwhile read


10 thoughts on “The Hustle Economy

  1. says:

    Like all collections some pieces are better than others I thought I'd love the addition of images here but I found them to be kind of distract

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    You can't take one popular thing you make and ride it to success You have to double your efforts and keep making cool things shares Ben Grelle one of the contributors to Hustle Economy The book is a delightful ensemble of pieces of advice delivered by creative entrepreneurs from different paths of life They all present their own view on the entrepreneurial hustle Fun lucid illustrations by Jessica Hagy are a gr

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    I received an advance reader copy of this book from a Goodreads giveaway As with any collection of essays from multiple writers the uality is uneven I do commend the editors for assembling authors from a variety of fields and backgrounds A few of the essays stand out as having great advice presented well particularly the first and last essays Some are well done but not particularly relevant to my field or wha

  4. says:

    CREATIVES This is so solid Whether you freelance or not you should read this Solid combo of encouragement and pragmatic advice from creative entrepreneurs in varied fields Never read a business book so soulful funny and prescient about the way creativity and industry collide Helps you remember that you are human and that rest feedi

  5. says:

    It was a very nicely written and inspirational book for anyone thinking of getting going on a side hustle Especially the last three chapters were very good and made for a strong finishHonestly though I would have liked to h

  6. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book If you want your creative endeavours to be the thing you do this book is for you The essays are interesting the homework is manageable and the people contributing are relatable My ful

  7. says:

    The act on this part of every chapter brought me into the outfield of my comfort zone Nuggets of TruthThe worst is never certain to arrive Do you use the day or does the day use you?Hustling is a big fuck you to

  8. says:

    This is the kind of book that you want to read before you start your career The infographic keeps the reading experience interesting whilst the writing style is not heavy at all

  9. says:

    Some essays I loved others were ok I guess? The ones I liked had some great advice so it was a worthwhile read

  10. says:

    Since this is a book of essays it's a take it or leave it kind of book Some of the essays spoke to me others not so much I did find the graphs confusing and unwarranted If you're going to put in a visual it needs to make sense I feel like the graphs were there just to take up space

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