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I fasted for 2 weeks to see if it would make me more productive
One of our writers tried the hottest productivity trend in Silicon Valley. But does it actually work?
I wore the same thing for 30 days and descended into madness
Our editor recounts her experience wearing the same outfit for a month -- and why the Steve Jobs lifestyle isn't all it's cracked up to be
How a janitor at Frito-Lay invented Flamin’ Hot Cheetos
Richard Montañez went from cleaning toilets to being one of the most respected execs in the food industry.
Write Like The Hustle: The Boring Stuff About Writing That No One Talks About
But is really, really useful if you want people to actually read your writing.
The man who sold shares of himself
What drove a man to give 633 investors complete control over his major life decisions?
How a robotic singing fish made $100m in one year
In a world of few hits and constant misses, how did a singing robotic fish mounted on a plaque end up being one of the most iconic gag gifts in history?
Why this first-time founder fired her 400-person company overnight
Maren Kate Donovan, founder and former CEO of Zirtual, explains how her company's burn rate went through the roof -- and why she couldn't save it.
How the “King of Fake News” built his empire
Fake news afforded a better life for Jestin Coler and his family, but it came with a high price: his dignity
We Just Hired Employee #17
What does everyone at The Hustle do? Our team is spread across 5 teams: editorial, growth, tech, events, sales. Here's what they do.
How a free blog post launched a movement
The Penny Hoarder went from 5 million to 16 million monthly readers in just 2 years. And it all started with one blog post.
How the World’s Biggest Junk Empire Nearly Went Bankrupt
In this week’s edition, CEO of 1-800-GOT-JUNK? Brian Scudamore explains how, after losing $40m in 14 months, the hardest decision he ever had to make was the one that saved his company.
Sh*t, I’m F*cked: Jason Goldberg, Founder of Fab
This week’s edition tells the story of Jason Goldberg, who raised $336m for his e-commerce company, Fab.com, only to watch it all crumble away in 3 years.