Hustle Month is really simple.
Go about business as usual, but focus your downtime into something productive.
I encourage you to answer these questions daily:
- What did I do today?
- What impact does today’s actions have on tomorrow?
- Did you earn your sleep?
If you want these three questions to be emailed to you nightly enter your email into this box here: this is a different signup than the main signup.
Write. as often as possible.
Tracking your progress daily is very very very important. It could be the key to a successful month. You can answer these questions in 3 minutes, so time shouldn’t be an issue!
Schedule a day off if you want a day to recharge. A sabbath, of sorts, can be a powerful thing.
Where should you write these updates?
This is definitely your choice, if you have a blog or a website, post there! This would be a great opportunity to create a new one if you are website-less.
We will have the capability of posting your updates here to the site- We will have that version of the site released on sunday! Hustle month can stay right here!
A journal could work if you want to stay private or just don’t want to write everything out online.
Twitter is nearly my favorite thing, I’ll be using #hustlemonth throughout the next few months, if your tweet pertains to the work you’re doing, use the tag! This allows all of us to see what kind of collective work we are accomplishing.
Have your writing published on Hustle Month!
If you have an update you would love to share with the participants, good news or bad news, you can send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know that you want it on the site! I’ll be collecting the updates and posting them to the site a couple of times a week.
Make sure you’re signed up!