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Your Hustle

Whoever the people are who support your hustle, your grind, your goals, keep them close.

They're probably your inner circle and if they're with you on a consistent basis during your ups and downs; your highs and lows, keep them close. They care for you and love you in spite of it all. They may not be around you all the time, but they are a phone call, text, or visit away and they will drop everything for you. They return your texts, your calls, and will make time for you when they're busy. We need people like that around us, because life is hard sometimes, especially when you have aspirations to do great things. We can't have fair weathered friends who are here today and gone tomorrow. Who are with us when they think we're closer to success, but leave us if one little thing goes wrong.

Those people are not ones to rely on, because they are unreliable.

So, although things may be hard and challenging now and it may look as though your breakthrough is so far away, don't despair. God's promises still stand strong. He has plans for you. Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future (Jeremiah 29:11). He is going to come through for you. Just hold on to His Word and what He told you. Lean on Him and not flaky friends.

Hold on and by all means, continue your hustle. 
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