There is a fundamental disconnect between the way most people see a hustler and what a hustler sees when she or he looks in the mirror. On a bad day, a hustler sees themselves as someone who needs to improve drastically. On a good day, a hustler sees themselves as someone who could have done something different to improve their hustle. The consistency is the fact that a hustler always strives to be better.
The Art of a Hustler is not simple. In fact, it’s quite complex and the combination of a variety of different attributes are what truly make a hustler in the modern sense of the word an outstanding professional and the key to many organizations success and growth.
The first piece to recognize is that there is key difference between wanting to be a hustler and becoming a hustler. This is an issue sweeping North America as young professionals are sitting back watching others live life to the fullest without making the steps to achieve a lifestyle that they truly want. Many of these individuals have amazing and inspirational aspirations but that’s all they have. They don’t have the results or the resume to support the fact that they are actually out there chasing these ambitious goals.
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Khan and his army wiped out 11 % of the world’s population – 40 million people. This meant large areas of cultivated land grew trees. Removing 700 million tons of carbon from the environment.
A brilliant military tactician Khan used the fake retreat to draw out his enemies. Pretending disarray and defeat in the heat of the battle, the Mongols would suddenly appear panicked and turn and run, only to pivot when the enemy was drawn out, destroying them at their leisure. As this tactic became better known to the enemy, the Mongols would extend their feigned retreats for days or weeks, to falsely convince the chasers that they were defeated, only to charge back once the enemy again had its guard down or withdrew to join its main formation. Mongols could maneuver their horses with just their legs, leaving their hands free to fire arrows.
For killing a Mongol diplomat Khan went on to wipe out the Khwarezmian Empire. No living thing was spared, not even animals. Skulls of the dead were piled in large pyramidal mounds.
Genghis Khan invaded China with 90 thousand troops and dominated the largest army in the world, the the Jin Dynasty’s over 1 million troops, and destroying half or over 500 thousand of them in the process and assuming control of Northern China and Beijing
Khan defeated a Russian army 4 times the size of his with the surviving leaders surrendering. They were executed by being laid under a wooden platform which the Mongols danced & feasted upon.
Mongol victory feasts would see captive girls paraded before them. Rating the women, Khan would take the highest ranked, leaving the rest for his officers.
Genghis Khan is considered the “most successful biological father in human history” with over 16mil descendants in Central Asia. One in 200 men alive today is a relative of Genghis Khan
After seizing all of western Turkestan Genghis Khan ordered the extermination of the entire kingdom of Xi Xia because they refused to send troops when he called for them. The destruction and massacre was so complete that Xi Xia was nearly erased from history.
The Mongol Empire over just 100 years
Within a few decades of the Magna Carta being put in place in England, Genghis Khan implemented a very similar document into law,Yassa, which prohibitied things such as adultery, theft, and lying. It also promoted religious tolerance.
Genghis Khan exempted the poor and clergy from taxes, encouraged literacy, and established free religion, leading many peoples to join his empire before they were even conquered.
Khan used to gather people of different religions and listen to them argue for the fun of it. He summoned the clergymen of those who were represented in his court. Muslims, Buddhists, and Christians (with one envoy from the Pope himself). It was conducted similar to how the Mongols held wrestling matches with a panel to award points and the participants drinking alcohol after every round. It apparently ended “as all Mongol festivities did, with everyone too drunk to continue”. The Christians started to loudly sing hymns, the Muslims in turn started to recite the Qur’an, and the Buddhists sat in silence meditating.
Genghis Khan never allowed his likeness to be portrayed. The first images of him appeared after he died.
The cause of Khans death is unknown. Legend has it that at his funeral 40 virgins & 40 horses were sacrificed and the 2.000 guests were killed in order to keep the burial site a secret.
I’m still stuck in the 90’s. I don’t think I will ever get over it. The carefree days of playing video games, taking a break when the ice cream man rang his jingle and not having to worry about bills, insurance, rent, office politics, and the myriad of other bullshit that comes with being a grown up. The only comfort I can take is remembering the good ol’ days and the good ol’ days consisted of a lot of video game playing, specifically NES. Here’s a selection of 10 awesome NES games, the boss fights and the ending to help take you back to those carefree days.
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How to Know When She Wants You to Make a Move – The Dating Specialist
Miley Cyrus annoying dance party on Instagram – Drunken Ninja
In North Korea there is little stigma attached to using meth. “If you go to somebody’s house it is a polite way to greet somebody by offering them a sniff” said one North Korean – LA Time
Kate Upton Is Busting Out Of Her Bikini Top Again – Celebrity Ninja
Pictures from the Pornstar Expo – Leenks
6 Insane Sex Myths (That Are Actually True) – Linkiest
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Christina Aguilera’s Pregnant Juggs in NOLA – G-Celeb
Shauna Sand in all her silicone glory – Celeb Slam
America’s Pot Farmers Are Putting Mexican Cartels Out of Business – East Bay Express
The Lotus C-01 HyperBike is a thing of beauty – The Gentleman’s Garage
The 50 Funniest Moments In Graffiti History – World Wide Interweb
Fox News used footage of random sad Asians instead of actual Koreans mourning the ferry – Global Post
Hot girl take a damn sexy selfie – Double Viking
Once You See These 21 Photos You Can Never Un-see Them – Radass
See Champion Boxer Floyd Mayweather’s Crazy Car Collection – Classy Bro
Meet the Vigilante Prisoner who beats up jail rapist – VICE
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Some cities have a litter problem, some suffer from high crime rates and others might have a lack of affordable housing. And then you have Dubai, which for the last several years has been facing the unusual problem of high end sports cars being abandoned and left to gather thick layers of dust at airport car parks and on the roadside across the city. If you’ve ever been to Dubai or anywhere in the United Arab Emirates, you will have noticed they have a serious car culture out there, with a particular preference for the latest and greatest in high-end super cars. But like the rest of the world, Dubai has fallen on hard times. Once the hub of the oil economy and the centre of a booming property market, foreigners, mostly British, invested in the red hot market. Newly wealthy ex-pats bought the lastest Italian and German sports cars to compliment their millionaire lifestyles– and then the global economic crisis came along and burst everybody’s bubble. Thousands of the finest automobiles ever made are now being abandoned every year since Dubai’s financial meltdown, left by expatriates and locals alike who flee in a hurry because they face crippling debts. With big loans to repay to the banks (unpaid debt or even bouncing a cheque is a criminal offence in Dubai), the panicked car owners make their way to the airport at top speeds and leave their vehicles in the car park, hopping on the next flight out of there, never to return. Ferraris, Porsches, BMWs, Mercedes are regularly abandoned at the car park of Dubai International Airport, some with loan documents and apology notes simply left on the windscreen and in some cases with the keys still in the ignition. Last year, a Ferrari Enzo, one of only four hundred manufactured, was seized by police having spent several months in a car park collecting dust. The million dollar motor went on sale at auction alongside other Ferraris, Porsches, Range Rovers and Mercedes plucked from the roadside.