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Get the Free eBook! Want to master cold calling? Download my free eBook! Many would have you believe that cold calling is dead, but the successful have no fear of the phone; they use it to outproduce their competitors. Download Now Hustlers love working. They love producing. They don’t have any trouble finding the motivation to get out of bed in the morning. In fact, the opposite is true; they can’t wait to get up and get started. You never hear a hustler say, “Don’t work too hard,” or “Take it easy.” Those sentiments would never occur to them. It’s unlikely that you are working too hard, and you may be taking things easy, neither of which serves you.Non-hustlers, however, don’t love working. Work is simply a means to an end, and that end is their survival. The non-hustler isn’t happy working; they’d rather be doing something else, anything else. You hear non-hustlers say things like “Back to the grind,” using that word in a way that is 180 degrees in opposition to the way the hustler uses it. Wednesday is “hump day,” the midpoint of their suffering. To celebrate the end of the week they happily congratulate each other by saying, “Thank God it’s Friday.”Hustlers find a way to do things that improve themselves as part of their recovery, as part of how they wind down. The hustler winds down by spending time with their family and friends (the reasons why they hustle), by exercising, and by doing things that will improve their hustle. They are very conscious of how much time they spend on things that are pure empty calories. The hustler recovers so that she can gear up to produce more and better work. It’s part of the process.Non-hustlers sit in front of screens. But they don’t produce anything for those screens. They use those screens to consume, mostly entertainment. They want to get away from work so that they can watch television or surf the Internet. The non-hustler doesn’t use time away from work to improve themselves, to recover, or to reload so that they can produce even more and greater results. They don’t think enough of their work to believe their recovery is part of the process. Non-hustlers dread Mondays and you can see it on their tired faces every Monday morning.Hustlers love work. Non-hustlers resent work.If you are going to hustle, you are going to have to love your work. You are going to have to give yourself over to your work. Anything less isn’t hustling.
Achieving a perfect body a la celebrities is not difficult if one follows the right workout regime and eating habits, says fitness trainer Romana Braganza.Braganza, who worked with celebrities such as Jessica Alba, Scarlett Johansson, Eva Mendes and Anne Hathaway, says one should follow five tips to get a perfect body, reports femalefirst.co.uk.A full body workout can get you the sweat you need in 10 minutesPre-workout fuelAre you fuelling up adequately with pre and post workout meals? If not you may be sabotaging your workouts. Eating the right foods at the right times will make a difference in the way you gain muscle tissue. Make sure you have a snack pre workout such as steel cut oats, eggs and toast, or if on the go, a handful of almonds or a protein shake.Healthy eatingGiving your body what it needs includes restoring a natural balance. Training hard produces stress, which in turn, creates free radicals which attack healthy tissue in the body. To help your body fight these free radicals, ensure you have a healthy intake of fruit and vegetables each day such as broccoli, berries and cherries.Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Alba all lift weights and none look bulky but instead are enviably tonedNo excusesIf you suddenly find yourself away from a gym then don’t skip a workout just because you don’t have any equipment. Try combinations that include single legged squats, single arm push ups, walking squats and sit ups. A full body workout can get you the sweat you need in 10 minutes.advertisementLift enough heavy weightsI often see ladies in the gym not lifting enough weight. They are afraid of bulking up, but if not enough weight is lifted then not enough stress is put on the muscle to make a change. Women don’t need to worry about bulking up; hormonally women don’t have enough testosterone to look like men. Halle Berry, Jessica Alba and Kate Beckinsale all lift weights and none look bulky but instead are enviably toned.Hydrate before, during and after workoutDehydration can impair your physical and mental performance in all types of sports and exercise. Being as little as 2 percent dehydrated can reduce your performance by 10-20 percent. To achieve best results in a workout drink a glass of water before and sip some during.