50 Cent’s 8 Guiding Principles for Sustained Success

1. Be Fearless

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2. Cultivate the Heart of a Hustler

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3. Build a Strong Crew

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4.Know your value

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5. Evolve or Die/Shape Perception

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6. Don’t be afraid to compete

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7. Learn from your Ls:

8. Avoid the entitlement trap

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