Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter: 50 Cent drops motivational self-help book

Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter: 50 Cent drops motivational self-help book

- 50 Cent has written a motivational self-help book titled Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter

- Having gone through the most and been able to stand up taller and prouder each time, 50 Cent knows a thing or two about fighting the odds

- Being totally transparent, 50 Cent has shared all his failures, triumphs and lessons he learnt throughout his life

50 Cent has released a motivational book about his hustle titled Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter. The American rapper, actor, producer, and entrepreneur is known all over the world for his undeniably lit rap game.

Legit.ng learnt that the book tells the story of how 50 Cent managed to keep getting up every time life knocked him down.

Curtis ‘50 Cent’ Jackson first let the world into his life story when his blockbuster New York Times bestseller The 50th Law dropped. He has now created a self-help and motivational book to further help others achieve their dreams by learning from his journey.

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It was not always gold chains and VIP club booths for 50 Cent. Even after his boom of fame in his 20s, 50 Cent took a major fall and had to adapt. It was 50 Cent’s ability to adapt and grow from the failures that allowed him to get back up and stand ten times taller each time.

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This book contains every lesson 50 Cent learnt both in business and life and aims to help others achieve greatness. 50 Cent has been totally transparent and raw in this book, allowing for all his failures, triumphs, and lessons to be seen.

Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter, like 50 Cent’s entire life, was developed around the message that goes, “Fear nothing and you shall succeed”.

In other 50 Cent news, Legit.ng earlier reported that the US rapper hilariously refused to apologise to those he has wronged "I'm not sorry."

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The rapper, on the realisation that he has been beefing with a lot of people, decided to clear things up through his social media account. Posting on his Instagram account, the actor said he was sorry in the most hilariously apologetic way.

The rapper accompanied the post with a photo of himself donning a classy and elegant black dotted suit. After all, he already said that he has no intention of actually saying sorry to people personally, so this is the best the will get from him.

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