How to Quit your Job – The Art of the Weekend Hustle

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You can take those precious weekend hours and turn them into money if you have a plan. There are many people who want to quit their job. This is my advice to you if you are one of those people. Some people want to jump out of the plane and build their parachute on the way down. If you are rough, ready and rugged, you can do that. But, if you have no hustle skills and no money in the bank, keep your damn job and work your hustle on the weekends.

When I talk about weekend hustle, Friday was a serious work day. I went to bed sometimes at 8:30 or 9pm. I had to be up. You can’t shine with sleep in your eyes.

This is something for all of you garage sale folks. If you go out and refresh your signs each day, it will increase your traffic tremendously because it’s new. Just change the color and you will get more traffic. We had nice signs printed up.

If you have no hustle skills or business skills, forget the passion bullshit and do what you can do. Then build into what you want to do once you have some cash flow that is coming from your business.

You need to work 16 hours on Saturday and Sunday. Set up an income goal. This is what I’m finding to be the big challenge for people. What should I do? Pick something. The longer you sit in that “What should I do” mode, the longer you put off what you have to do to move forward. Many people are afraid of making a mistake.

Pick something, anything. If it doesn’t work out, take notes. Challenge yourself.

When you are reevaluating opportunities, you are going to have to work. Some people think they won’t have to work that hard. Every time someone says that statement to “work smart and not hard” I just want to bitch-slap them into a coma because what it is saying is that if you’re working too hard, you’re not working smart when sometimes, working smart is working hard.

Making money is simple, but it is not easy. It’s very simple. Saving money is simple, but it is not easy. Losing weight is, but it’s not easy. You’ve got to figure out how you can create habits that will help you get past that hump. If you don’t start now, you’re going to be in a lot of trouble later.

Let’s go with service businesses. Craigslist is one of the best resources on the planet. Use it. Then you have Task Rabbit. Then you have Airbnb. There are a lot of things you can do.

For many years here on YouTube, I’ve told people not to quit their job. The storage auction business and the resale business are not games you can play without a lot of money.

If you’re hustling hard on the weekends, your hustle bones and knowledge will increase dramatically. You’ll start to scale. You’ll start to see patterns. In the beginning, it is going to be shitty. You’re going to work real hard and not make a lot of money.

One of the reasons I’m wired differently than you is I have rewired myself. I came out with the same wiring you had. I had the same beliefs. After getting kicked out of the matrix, I had to rewire myself.

I know if I consistently work at it, the walls come tumbling down. You’ve got to build that type of resilience in yourself. That’s another thing about keeping your job and doing the weekend hustle. You will build your endurance. Business hustling is an endurance event. It’s not a power event.

I’ve noticed that everybody is going to Facebook. Everybody is doing Facebook marketing. I see people here on YouTube who can’t build a following, go to Facebook and they crush it. I’m not going to Facebook, because everyone else is going to Facebook.

Let’s talk about why I’m not doing it even though it works. Everyone’s going to that marketplace. But I have this law, it’s Cameron’s law. All third-party platforms behave the same. Anything like that is going to reach a threshold where things are going to drastically change. I may be losing some money by not doing Facebook, but videos have stickiness. I’ve got a video I made five months ago and it’s number one in its niche. It gives me like 1200 views a day.

Video is now. It’s the future. Everyone is going to have to do it. I’m working hard. I’m building value.

If you do the weekend hustle, you will build value for the future. Capacity is bought or earned in advance of money. That’s why delayed gratification is such an important concept. You’ve got to have it. So, pick up a weekend hustle. Knock it out.

It’s about working hard. It’s about doubling down. It’s about doing what other people are not doing. If you do the things they can’t do, that’s money.

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