In Hustle Believe Receive, Sarah Centrella, author of the internationally popular blog Thoughts.Stories.Life., proves that anyone, no matter where they start from, can change their life, achieve success, and live their dream.
As a single mom living on food stamps, Sarah completely changed her life of poverty to enable her to live her dream in just 18 months. Sarah discovered the tools to change her life after her husband abandoned her and their three small children in 2008. Her story has impacted hundreds of thousands worldwide through her simple eight-step plan for achieving success known as the #HBRMethod.
The book features 51 inspiring stories of people who believe in Sarah's message, each of whom she personally interviewed for this book. They include: NFL star running back Jonathan Stewart; NBA power forward Anthony Tolliver; famed artist Victor Matthews; best-selling author Laura Munson; middleweight world boxing champion Daniel Jacobs; CEO Ryan Blair; and Morgan Stanley executive director Kimberley Hatchett, among many others. Hustle Believe Receive shows how these stories are connected and how Sarah, a single mom from Oregon, manages to bring them all together in the most unlikely way.
Hustle Believe Receive contains true tales of how real people are living the impossible. This book answers the question "how did they do that?" and, more importantly, shows how you can, too.
©2016 Sarah Centrella (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
I consider myself to be a big fan and user of social media, but an audiobook is just not the place for it. The unending repetition of the word "hashtag" quickly begins to evoke a "nails on chalkboard" response each time it's mentioned. And it's mentioned A LOT. It would be amusing to learn how many times the word is read in this book.
The message may be a good one, but there just is no place in this audiobook for excessively using "hashtag."
I've never written a negative review, and the criticism is on this one issue alone, but I would hope that the author or Audible (or whomever) might get the message and strip out the hashtag references. It would create an altogether different - and markedly better - experience.
This story would have been much easier to listen to without all the hash tag references in almost every other sentence. I couldn't finish it.
hey sarah if you're reading this the book is pretty good but the hash tag hash tag hash tag got really annoying you need to re edit the book and remove it then the book would be really really good just make the fix and you got an awsome book love the stories but the hash tag got distracting to the stories you need to fix that thanks!
No, I'm sure both are equally good and helpful.
I like the honesty and enthusiasm in which it's written with.
No, I haven't.
Get real with yourself!
I am new to network marketing and this book has been very helpful to me.
I really wanted to love this book, but I can't get through all the hashtags. If the author released a revised version with out them I would listen again, but the way it is now is painful.
No. I love help development books.
The content may be great, but there are too many hashtags to dig through to hear the real content.
When I first saw the books title it said everything to me I firmly believe and live my life by.
My eyes have been hurting lately adjusting to new glasses so I decided to purchase the audio version.
While I like the principals of the title I found it extremely irritating with the obsessive compulsive nature of the hash tag this, hash tag that it screwed up the flow and absorption of the material in my opinion.
I get that she wanted to promote the book and all her other online endeavors and at first I thought clever eventually
gave me a headache and as I went and made me disinterested in her message as if there was a commercial in the middle of a paid movie.
My final pet peeve is that while she had some good nuggets, the filler stories tripped up what should have made a great book only a good book.
The title said all you need to know really.
Hash tag that.
This is the second time I have read this book and it gives me something new each time I read it!!! If you are looking to make a change for a better life use this book and Sarah's method!!
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