Heart and Hustle Audiobook | Patricia Bright | cbm11.orgBy Patricia Bright. Her dad was deported when she was six. She got up at 4am to help her mum clean offices before school. I grew up in Battersea, London. In the early 90s, my mother took a leap of faith and moved from Nigeria to London where she met my father, a Nigerian international student working for his printing technology degree in the UK. Not long afterwards, she became pregnant with me; 18 months later with my sister.
Heart & Hustle by Patricia Bright - Honest Book Review
Heart & Hustle
Her dad was deported when she was six. She got up at 4am to help her mum clean offices before school. I grew up in Battersea, London. In the early 90s, my mother took a leap of faith and moved from Nigeria to London where she met my father, a Nigerian international student working for his printing technology degree in the UK. Not long afterwards, she became pregnant with me; 18 months later with my sister. After he graduated, Dad worked for a publishing firm and Mum put her hands to everything and anything she could to support raising two children.
I'm going to show you how to hustle like I do, using your head and heart. All it takes is three steps From the early lessons she learned growing up in South London, to the moment she gave up the 9 to 5 to do what she loved, Patricia Bright's story will revolutionise how you think about work, life, and what it means to succeed. This book is inspirational and so positive. Gives you the get up and go attitude to succeed, whatever your circumstances are.
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We hear about her experiences as a child and she shares how she managed to get her first job. But rather than telling people to blindly follow their passion, Patricia is quite practical about what it takes to actually be a success. This is so important and throughout the book, you can really tell that Patricia is a smart woman. From using a spreadsheet to work out her future potential earnings when decided to go full-time on YouTube to how she plans her content it is clear this Patricia is a woman who is strategic. As you would expect from a successful YouTuber there are a number of chapters devoted to social media and content creation. She talks about the importance of your digital footprint, how to build your social media following and the reality of being in the public domain.