You know what what hustle is, right?
But I bet you use the word "hustler" wrong.
Don't worry, 99% of people do too.
But I'm here to clarify...
In the startup world, most people define a hustler as someone who works at a startup but doesn't code.
And if you're like me, you call every startup-er you know who doesn't code a hustler...and in doing so we devalue the title to the point that it becomes meaningless.
But this year's speakers for Hustle Con blew my mind SO MUCH that they completely brought meaning back to the word "hustler."
They made me realized that a hustler isn't just someone who doesn't code, but someone who goes BIG. And just so happens to run a startup.
Hustle Con 2014 is on.
Over the next couple weeks I'm gonna tell you a story about each of our amazing speakers for this year's conference. This way, you'll see EXACTLY what I mean.
Be warned…these people are gonna blow your mind.
I'm talking about guys like Rick Marini, who sold his business Tickle.com for $100+ million dollars. And Hiten Shah, who founded both KISSmetrics and Crazy Egg…two immensely successful startups.
And they didn't know a lick about coding.
Talk to you soon...and get pumped!
PS: Use the discount code "pre" to get 30% off your ticket today. Click here to see the speakers and buy your ticket NOW.
BTW: My name's Sam. Nice to meet you! I'll tell you a little bit about myself later, but feel free to hit "reply" with any questions.