Do you know about The Three Unseen Laws?

By now you know a decent amount about hustling from my last post, but you don’t know the Three Unseen Laws: heart, head and habits.

The first of these is crucial because doing something that’s close to your heart will move you to action and keep you forging ahead. You might have a feeling of joy, anger or revenge that will push you to accomplish your goals.

Maybe you’re pissed off that your smartphone earbuds keep getting tangled up in your pocket and are certain there’s another way. Before you know it you’re thinking through the design for a pocket-sized box that keeps your headphones neat and tidy.

Next, you must use your head to observe and benefit from things that aren’t immediately visible. Just imagine you’re the captain of a ship. You naturally need to stay abreast of the wind and waves to navigate accurately, but you also need to check the undercurrents. You might want to avoid them or you might be able to use them to arrive at your destination faster.

The point is, while lots of people only see obstacles, a hustler keeps her head cool and sees opportunities wherever they might be.

And finally, it’s important to make a habit of setting milestones and deadlines. After all, everyone needs closure at one point or another. Setting intermediate goals will commit you to doing a certain amount of work, and deadlines will push you to get it done.

Say you want to write a book. You could set a one-week deadline for writing 10,000 words and make a daily habit of waking up at seven in the morning and writing for two hours. Once you achieve your one-week deadline you can set another one and keep moving toward your goal.

Do you have a portfolio of your work? If not, you should definitely consider putting one together. After all, a Personal Opportunity Portfolio, or POP, is a great way to showcase you and your work while attracting people and companies that will help you attain your dreams.

This tool, which consists of four parts, lays out exactly who you are, which is invaluable in making progress. While a resumé describes what you’ve done so far, a future employer really wants to understand where you’re going. That’s where the first part of the POP comes in: potential.

If your dream is to be an online marketing manager for a cosmetics company you might try experimenting with different brands and writing up your experiences on a blog. If you can get enough traffic flowing to your site, you’ll have demonstrated the potential you have to engage in the field.

The next pillar of your POP is people, which naturally is all about your network, both on and offline. A great way to expand this network is to connect others. By facilitating such connections you’ll benefit others, but you’ll also pull people into your own network.

The third piece is projects. This portion of your POP should detail everything you’re currently functioning on, whether it’s volunteering at the nongovernmental organization, writing your blog or pitching ideas to new acquaintances at meetups. This section presents your interests while showing your ability to try to to work and find results.

And finally, the proof section is crucial to demonstrate your credibility. After all, if you can’t keep a copy your words with evidence, you’ll never be ready to impress the proper people.

Anybody can say that they write compelling blog posts, but only a few people can provide links, references and samples of such captivating work. having the ability to try to to so will show that you just can deliver what you say you may.

Hustling tends to induce a bad rap but actually, it’s a positive way of persevering and shooting for your dreams. You’ll always be ready to find the way to succeed in your deepest goals as long as you’re willing to step off the traditional path, push ahead irrespective of what and aim for what you truly want.

To close with a tip, try and find your talents in the mirror.

Many people feel pressure to shine at school, get into a decent college and persist to be a respected professional. However, this conventional wisdom isn’t universally applicable, and you may want to try to to something completely different. to search out out, take a deep examine yourself within the mirror and ask yourself, “what are my talents?” By taking now to spot your true abilities, you’ll find the dream you wish to guide you.

Check out my related post: The Captain Class – Book Review 8

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