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It's a hustler's ambition. Close your eyes. Listen. See my vision... It's THE 50TH LAW.
Focus your hustler's eye on this comic book adaptation of my secret to success. Find out how I went from the hard life in Queens to the top of the music charts -- and the business world. Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson.
50 Cent is undoubtedly one of the biggest names in the rap industry. His 2003 album, Get Rich or Die Tryin’ has been certified six times platinum by the RIAA. Although 50 Cent enjoys tremendous success now, his roots are those of a hustler; he began drug dealing at the age of twelve, which gave him the need to become fearless in order to attain success and power on the streets and, later, in the recording industry. It is this fearlessness that is detailed in The 50th Law.
Robert Greene is most famous for writing The 48 Laws of Power, the modern day version of Machiavelli’s The Prince, detailing the dynamics of social and political power. The 48 Laws of Power became very influential in the hip-hop community and has been mentioned in songs by Kanye West, Drake, Jay Z, Young Buck, and others. Based on this influence, Greene teamed up with rapper 50 Cent in 2009 to write The 50th Law, elaborating on the themes of power using 50 Cent’s life as a backdrop. His other titles include The Art of Seduction and The 33 Strategies of War.
Procrastinators, be advised: Success is not a magical combination of genetics and fashion sense. Rather, it is a series of time management behaviors which must be practiced on a regular basis. Luckily, “EAT THAT FROG!” will show you how to deal with those challenging tasks you keep putting off in an accessible comic book format. Instead of slowing you down, completing these hard jobs only empowers you to tackle the rest of your day.
“EAT THAT FROG!” is a vivid metaphor for conquering your most difficult tasks first. By ‘eating that frog’ during the first part of the morning, successful people know that the hardest part of the day is behind them. This allows them to plow through the rest of their business with relative cheer, and get more done on a daily basis. Plus, challenging tasks tend to be associated with the greatest personal and professional rewards. Once you learn how to develop habits that will allow you to perform at a consistently high level, the type of work you do becomes far more interesting.
Be sure to purchase Think and Grow Rich Stickability, the new Napoleon Hill Foundation book by Greg S. Reid.
If you live in the Toronto area, be sure to attend the Napoleon Hill Foundation Think and Grow Rich event on September 12th. Details here.