Everyday I’m Hustlin’

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I love rap music. Don’t get me wrong, I listen to all types of music but rap and hip-hop are my favorite.

I like hearing rappers brag about all the hot chicks they have sex with. I like hearing them talk about all the money they have. They are confident and cocky. What is wrong with that?

I was listening to a Rick Ross song called “Hustlin’”. It inspired me. I need to start hustlin’. I don’t mean coke on the corner. I mean trying to make as much money and meet as many people as possible.

If I am not blogging for financial incentives I am just wasting my time. If I am not wisely investing my money I am throwing money away.

I should be constantly sending out resumes and interviewing for a better paying job.

I should be talking up women every where I go. I don’t care if it is a checker at the grocery store or a nurse checking my prostrate.

I need to stop hoping and waiting for success to find me and go find it myself.

I need to stop setting in the bleachers and wishing like Skee-Lo and get on the court and get rich or die trying like 50 Cent.

See, rap music isn’t all negative. In fact I dare you to find such inspiration from emo music!

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  • thepickupsite.com
    October 16th, 2007 at 9:10 am

    Man, I know what you mean about rap music, in fact the reason so many kids are into rap music is because they need a real man figure in thier life IME. A lot of men in our society are feeling too pampered.

    But it shouldnt be about ‘hustling’ to chat to girls. It seems to me like a real value-taker attitute. It should be about spreading good feelings to people, sharing your personality because you know they’ll benefit from talking to you, it would be rude not to share you with them.

    Just my take on it anyway, hope I’ve helped =)


  • Mack Tight
    October 16th, 2007 at 10:11 am

    Good points Andrew and thanks for your comment,

    I may have gave the impression that I want to “hustle” more women and that is not what I mean.

    “Hustlin’” has a different positive connotation for me than the traditional negative image of it. It means actively pursuing things that I desire and that better my life.

    It means getting off my ass and making progress bit by bit to achieve my goals. It is being proactive rather than reactive.

    I do want to give the women the impression that I am “giving” value when I talk to them. It helps you fly under their radar. It also puts you in a better mindset about approaching women and helps alleviate anxiety.

    But lets be real once the girls have left the room; I’m not the Red Cross or Richard Simmons. Once you take away the puppy dogs and ice cream charade the reality is that I “want” something from one of them or I wouldn’t be talking to them.

    I now have no problem being rude and not sharing. When I was an AFC I did.

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