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    This is your wake-up call to resist the Hustle culture and embrace the slowness of Jesus. 

    Our culture makes constant demands of us: Do more. Accomplish more. Buy more. Post more. Be more. 

    In following these demands, we have indeed become more: More anxious. More tired. More hurt. More depressed. More frantic. 

    What we are doing isn't working! 

    In a society where hustle is the expectation, busyness is the norm and information is king, we have forgotten the fundamentals that make us human, anchor our lives, and provide meaning. 

    Jefferson Bethke, New York Times best-selling author and popular YouTuber, has lived the hustle and knows we need to stop doing and start becoming. 

    After listening to this book, you will discover: 

    • How to proactively set boundaries in your life
    • How to get comfortable with obscurity 
    • The best way to push back against the demands of contemporary life
    • The importance of embracing silence and solitude 
    • How to handle the stressors that life throws at us

    To Hell With the Hustle is for anyone who is:

    • Feeling overwhelmed with the demands of work, family and community 
    • Wanting to connect and spend time with their family
    • Tired of being anxious, lonely, and burned out 

    Join Bethke as he discovers that the very things the world teaches us to avoid at all costs - silence, obscurity, solitude, and vulnerability - are the very things that can give us the meaning, and the richness we are truly looking for.

    ©2019 Jefferson Bethke (P)2019 Thomas Nelson

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    • Mackenzie W
    • 30/01/2020

    Meh. Listen to John Mark Comer instead.

    This book was very disappointing to me. I bought it primarily because of the promise of a discussion of obscurity in the description, which ended up being a very small part of the content. Overall, Bethke's writing is clunky, disorganized, and lacks nuance, and his narration sounds unprofessional. I perceived the tone of the book as rather angry and ranting, and his whole approach to the topic of a lifestyle change is not like a gentle push in the right direction, more like a rough shove. There are gobs of "what if" statements but little actual content on how to get there. Also, he starts the book with an analogy about walking on the moon--except he states that there is no gravity on the moon and if you're not tethered you'll float off into space. Umm, what? No editor caught that?

    If you're interested in this topic, you should listen to John Mark Comer's The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry instead. It's better researched, has more references and quotes from other authors and thinkers, and is infinitely more enjoyable to listen to. The narration is better, the writing is better, and the topic is essentially the same. Comer calls it hurry, Bethke calls it hustle. Comer calls it practices, Bethke calls it formations.

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    • John
    • 02/09/2020

    "....and to faith in Jesus"

    there, fixed the title. this is a religious book. if you study mental health deeply, this book may not help (because you already have lots of methods/concepts to go off of). if you are not religious, this book will get awkward. if you expect great points of view that will help you tone down the hustle, don't get your hopes up with this book. if you are Christian, this will fit you better. if you are Jewish, well... I don't know what to say.

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    • Peter C Schaefer
    • 04/02/2021

    Roll Your Eyes and Groan

    There is so much wrong with this book I don't even know where to start. Here's a partial list and, for me, it was enough to delete it from my device and ask for my money (credit) back.

    (1) A 20-something becomes a YouTube success story and here comes his book. How do I know he was a success, you ask? He tells you on every other page.

    (2) I find the title ironic because (it seems to me) the author is still a hustler in hustle mode.

    (3) You will learn nothing new here. In fact, so many other authors have covered the topic so much better.

    (4) The Christian hustle - seems to me the author takes information already published, dresses it up in Christian lingo and pushes it out as something brand new.

    (5) Debunked metaphor. How many times have you heard someone use the metaphor about the frog placed in tepid water and slowly heated to a boil without reacting to it? This is trash! Science does not back this absurd claim. What kind of research is the author doing? Or his editor?

    (6) I confess I read more than I should have. What sealed it for me was the author pondering the fruitfulness of Jesus' ministry had he not spent time in the wilderness beforehand. Really?

    Don't buy this book. If you need to read it, borrow it from someone.

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    • Carreen Bruning
    • 25/06/2020

    Great Book

    I really loved this book. I don’t think it replaces or is replaced by John Mark Comers book but instead they compliment each other well and I think they should both be read back to back!

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    • Alicia Luca
    • 27/02/2020

    I almost didn’t listen to this book...

    I almost didn’t listen to this book. I follow the author and have since he first went viral, and after reading the title I thought, “I already know the gist of the book: slow down.” But I’m SO glad I listened. There’s some really wisdom here, and I loved that the author read it himself. It’s a short book, and great read. And it made me really reconsider my lifestyle and perspectives of time and community. So good!

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    • collegegirl101
    • 24/10/2019

    Great book

    This book was Insightful and eye opening toward cultural issues and norms that are impacting my daily life. There are many things that I’m reflecting on and evaluating to implement for myself and family. I want to be slow and steady, committed and faithful, and to not just do much, but rather to be who God has called me to be. I believe this book will really help me and my family as we create rhythms that will form us more into His likeness.

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    • Spencer Gramling
    • 01/06/2020

    Simply Amazing

    I love Jefferson Bethke. I’ve read “Jesus>Religion” and “It’s Not What You Think.” I’m perplexed time and time again at how the context of his books are exactly what I need to hear in that particular time in my life. This book was no different. Thank you Jefferson, may God continue to bless you and your family. Please don’t ever stop sharing your story because I know you’ve blessed and will continue to bless many lives, including mine.

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    • Leonard Family
    • 13/11/2021

    Just amazing

    There are no words. This book is incredible. Apparently a review has to be 15 words.

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    • Anonymous User
    • 10/11/2021

    Misleading

    Wish I had looked further into the author than the catchy title and known before purchase that this was going to have as much to do with religion as American society's unhealthy obsession with the hustle. It isn't merely an introspection book with religion embedded within. After a couple of chapters I got so annoyed with the author pushing Christianity I just quit listening and moved on. A religious guide isn't what I was after and the misleading title gave no indication thereof.

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    • Amber Hostetler
    • 09/11/2021

    Necessary message

    What a necessary message this book contains to our ever hustling culture! We are masters of time management- only to fill our free time with more busyness. We need to fight the battle of the identity crisis, we are who we are becoming, we are not what we do.
    And read by the author is my all time favorite thing! Thanks Jeff!