• Hustle

  • The People at the Top of the Mountain Didn’t Fall There
  • By: Joshua Medcalf
  • Narrated by: Joshua Medcalf
  • Length: 4 hrs and 23 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (43 ratings)

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Hustle

By: Joshua Medcalf
Narrated by: Joshua Medcalf
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Publisher's Summary

In this audiobook are Joshua Medcalf's unbelievable but true stories of going from skipping scholarships to law school in order to move into a homeless shelter and serve for six months, to living in the closet of a gym for nine months, and eventually going on to build a multimillion-dollar brand with global influence. Joshua is one of the most sought-after people in the world of mental conditioning, leadership, and life skills. He created the first mental-training apps in the world for basketball, soccer, and golf. He has written six books, including the viral sensations Chop Wood Carry Water and Pound the Stone. He is also one of two people ever to be invited to work with UNC women's soccer (22 national championships) on mental conditioning. Joshua is a straight shooter who is passionate about people, and he communicates with a heart posture of love and grace. But he is not afraid to say the hard things that people need to hear, which has made him a valuable consultant and mentor to some of the best in the world.

Some of the things you will learn in this book:

  • How to dominate your industry even without the traditional "credentials"
  • Why you should stop networking and start building authentic relationships
  • Greatness allows looks easy to those not around when all the training happens
  • Why you should stop thinking outside the box
  • The myths that stop most people from living their dreams
  • The old rules no longer apply (and how to play by the rules of the new economy we are living in)
  • How to leverage an entrepreneurial mindset even when working a corporate job
  • How your biggest weaknesses can become your secret weapon
©2020 Joshua Medcalf (P)2021 Joshua Medcalf

Critic Reviews

"Listen to this book and be inspired heart to heart from someone who has figured out how to change the world without pretending. Joshua is a bright light in the world; not just because of his brilliance, but because of his transparency." (Rory Vaden, New York Times best-selling author of Take the Stairs)

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The hustle IS necessary

Enjoyable listen. Definitely great tool to strengthening one’s mind. He offers down to earth, practical examples. I asked myself more probing questions around what I say I believe and what I do. The book was not a how to do it as much as it caused me to self reflect on what I could do. The hustle !S necessary.

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Excellent book.

His presentation is great and honest. I’m going to buy the book so I can have it in print also