Book Reviews

Hustlers and Seekers | Tommy Baker | Review & Discussion

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ McGraw-Hill Education (30 November 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 320 pages

Book Review

Do you define yourself as a hustler?
Or, what are your thoughts on the famous ‘hustle culture?’

In the current times, hustle is the new currency. An attractive quality that essentially makes one stand apart from the crowd.

Oh, you don’t hustle? Such an incompetent human you must be.

You lack conviction. You don’t have an ambition. You don’t have the fire in you. What a pity!

When people do become the classic definition of ‘hustler,’ there comes a point where they no longer want to strive hard. They begin looking inwards seeking peace and calm. In short, they become ‘seekers.’ Totally detached. Otherworldly.

It’s like we can only belong to one side – an ambitious hustler or a grounded, spiritually inclined seeker!

But why not both?

Hustlers and Seekers‘ by Tommy Baker reveals the key to achieving mind-blowing progress and fulfilment from knowing when to charge ahead, and when to step back. This no-nonsense guide will help you to stay in the sweet spot of the hustle and seeking so that you neither die striving hard and not continue to live an ascetic life without getting any tangible results.

I loved how Tommy got straight to the point without getting into the nitty-gritty. The eye-opening insights in the book around hustle culture have helped me in finding the balance. Moreover, now I know, what it means to have the right balance. That hustle culture is not entirely bad. And going into hermit mode without having results to show is absurd.

He makes a strong case for Hustling and SEeking must co-exist.

And I believe in this. Completely.

Super happy to have come across this book before I bid goodbye to 2021. It has made me think over things I never thought of before. And this has been a fulfilling change.

Does this sound like a book you need in life? Go for it, right away!

Purchase your copy

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