I’m working on three big articles for you later this week. In the meantime, I wanted to bring forward people who have review Think and Go Hustle.

I launched Think and Go Hustle without any expectations. It was the book that I wished I had 3 years ago.

The reception was much better than I thought it would be. I didn’t do much promotion as I’m not expecting people to catch on until later.

To my surprise, more people are ahead of the curve. I’ve been happy to read people’s thoughts and what they’ve taken from Think and Go Hustle.

I want to give a huge shoutout to Ed Latimore for writing the foreword. Without him, I wouldn’t have gone as deep as I did with the concepts.

The biggest difference with Think and Go Hustle compared to other books is that it’s not just rehashed content.

Everything comes from what I’ve learned through trial and error. From there you’re taken through 5 levels where you actively improve your life.

Another person that I want to give a huge shoutout to is Victor Pride. On his 333rd article, he mentioned Think and Go Hustle.

I started out as a commentator on B&D before starting my own blog. If you want to make money being by yourself then read B&D.

Now for what other people are saying about Think and Go Hustle. Other blogs, as well as a podcast, have put their opinion out there.

Review Articles:

The first review came from Mike Soca:

Dylan Madden’s advice is on how to create one’s game and not by playing someone else’s. Using his real-life experiences as a scenario… to enable readers to get a view on how to change their lives for the better.

Excerpt from his article.

Click here to read his entire review on Think and Go Hustle.

Mans Best Reads also dropped a great unbiased review:

It is definitely the most actionable book I have ever read with no filler. 63 pages that he condensed down from over 140 pages of relatable stories and how you get your dreams.

Excerpt from his article.

To read his full review click here.

A Kings Castle released a review:

It’s difficult to take advice on how to live your life from a faceless person with zero background.  Dylan Madden made sure that’s not the case in his book.  You know exactly who he is and what he’s overcome.

Excerpt from his article.

You can read his full article here.


Seftimor Live dropped a down to earth review: 

Think and Go Hustle is a book that stays true to Dylan’s writing format – straight and to the point. There is no fluff here, only actionable advice after actionable advice. Now, you would think, “Well Seft, I can get that in any book…”, but the fact of the matter is this contains Dylan’s story. His highs and lows and his own unique journey.

Excerpt from his article.

Click here to read his full article.

The Suave Millennial reviewed Think and Go Hustle:

My friend Dylan Madden of Calm and Collected just released his first book Think and Go Hustle. It arrived at a freakishly good time in my life and I really want to talk about it. Think and Go Hustle embodies something that I feel isn’t talked about enough amongst my peers and that is hard work.

Excerpt from his article.

You can read his full article here.

Rise and Claim also dropped a fantastic review:

His platform, Calm and Collected perfectly describes Dylan’s persona. As he said himself, the book could have been released sooner but he wanted to take his time and make it just right. Well, I can say, I’m glad he did because he has done exactly that.

Excerpt from his article.

Click here to read his full article.

Strength By Sonny wrote a thought-provoking review:

Staying true to his calling card, Dylan informs you how to remain calm and collected in the face of adversity. Anger and frustration will get you nowhere. Haunting your consciousness with a million “what ifs” will get you know where.

Excerpt from his article.

You can read the full article here.

Video Endorsement:

Michael Hewitt from Bespoke Fitness endoredThink and Go Hustle. For those of you who don’t know who is he…

Michael is a personal trainer, opera singer, and hustler. He has been featured on Calm and Collected as well as runs Bespoke Fitness.

Podcast:

I had the pleasure of getting on a podcast with Craig James. He’s the man behind Masculine by Design.

We got on his podcast and talked about everything from masculinity to overcoming obstacles and making money.

Check out his post on Think and Go Hustle here.

You can also listen to the full podcast below:

Foreword by Ed Latimore

You want to learn how to make money not simply be given it in exchange for an hour of your time.

This is a book that will teach you how to think like a hustler.

As you learn to think like a hustler, you’ll become a hustler.

That’s what this book is about. How to think and act like a hustler.

You’re tired of the grind.

Or you’re young and don’t want to start grinding. This book won’t make you
rich but it will change your mindset on how to acquire money.

Rather than simply tell you how his thought process evolved, Dylan added stories and pictures from his life to illustrate the “Think and Go Hustle” mentality in action.

This is important for two reasons. First, the obvious reason is that it makes his method believable. When I read the first version, it was another self-improvement text.

The second version (current version) takes you into the mind and heart of the hustler that Dylan has become. This allows you to see how he’s lived everything he says in these pages.

It’s a quick read, but the mentality is hard to master. I recommend reading it
two or three times with a pencil in hand each time.

You’ll get ideas. You’ll get inspired. You will see parts of yourself in the past, present, and future.

You can pick up Think and Go Hustle in three formats:

**If you leave a verified 5-Star review I want to send you a free PDF. To claim your PDF email a screenshot of your review/receipt to dylan@calmandcollected.com**

10 comments add yours

  1. I just read the book yesterday in one sitting. LOVE it! Your book has helped me clarify my script! Thank you!

  2. Hello. Found you from Bold&Determined.
    Your blog looks like killer, so does your content.
    I would like to send you email and have a conversation.
    Also I want to write review on Amazon, can I get a free copy?

  3. Congrats on all the success man. Have a big stack of books on my desk but plan on getting yours and doing a review sometime in the future. Looks great and look forward to what you have coming in the future. Keep up the great work.

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