When you think of the word hustle, what comes to mind for you? This week, Hustle: the Wednesday Word looks at the meaning of the word and its origins. We then are going to challenge you to look at hustle. How do you see hustle now and how much of it you’re actually doing?
Is it possible you’re not hustling enough and what if it turned out that your hustle was something akin to a muscle. A skill you can develop. You can train yourself to get stronger in the hustle and have greater endurance to hustle harder and longer.
HUSTLE: The Wednesday Word #WednsedayWisdom
1: SHOVE, PRESS
2: HASTEN, HURRY you’d better hustle if you want to catch the bus
a: to make strenuous efforts to obtain especially money or business “Our quartet was out hustling … and we knew we stood good to take in a lot of change before the night was over.” — Louis Armstrong
b: to obtain money by fraud or deception
c: to engage in prostitution
4: to play a game or sport in an alert aggressive manner She’s not the most talented player on the team, but she always hustles.
Which version of the word one are we going to use?