Hustle Crate Review - February 2016 - Book Subscription Box

This box was provided complimentary for review and this post contains referral links.

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What is it? Hustle Crate  
How Much? $29.99/month, plus $5 shipping per box. Save on longer terms. Prices in US dollars.

What’s in it? A book that helps with personal development, helpful tools such as goal planners, case studies, motivational and inspiring content and tools/products.

Hustle Crate is a new subscription box filled with life-changing motivational content. Hustle Crate is for everyone, whether it be the entrepreneur, the creatives, the hustlers, the dreamers or the achievers. Dubbed the "Millionaires Book Club", Hustle Crate sends you inspiring and educational monthly boxes tailored for your success. Each Crate will contain one new actionable book, advice from featured entrepreneurs, as well as 3-5 other lifestyle items to help you get your hustle on.
To quote the success coach Brian Tracy, “If you read only one book per month, that will put you into the top 1% of income earners in our society.” Hustle Crate is making that “one book a month” convenient and accessible. 
Instead of a product card, there is a product sticker. One the one hand it's a cool and unique feature, but on the other hand it's a bit tricky to peel the paper around the sticker. The text is also incredibly tiny! The theme for the February Crate is "You don't learn until you launch". 


First look


Cafe Santo Domingo (1/2 lb, $4.35)
Success requires Hustle. Stay awake and keep your creativity flowing with Santo Domingo's quality blended coffee.


Dan Norris teaches us how to go from ideas to business in only 7 days. Spring into action and get your hustle on. 
My boyfriend picked this one up immediately. It's a pretty quick and easy read. The first dozen pages are just background on Norris, then it gets into the action part. BF says it's an interesting read and Norris has a lot of good points for budding entrepreneurs. Learn more at the 7 Day Startup website. The next challenge starts in April, if you are interested.

Learn to validate your ideas and draw up an action plan in 24 hours with Steven Fies.
According to Fies, the book provides a clear and concise method for validating your startup ideas and planning your business venture. It's also the method Fies used himself when he decided to leave his full-time job in early 2015 and start his own business. See more on his website.

Bonus - Ball Point Pen

Always be ready for when inspiration strikes. Some of the greatest ideas happen at the most unexpected moments.
My review box didn't include a notebook, and it turns out it was on purpose. Hustle Crate left out the notebook due to shipping weight restrictions. All paid subscribers received the notebooks though.

The February Hustle Crate included five items, with a retail value over $35 US. The start up theme is a great way to launch the box. The books are both quick and easy reads and full of useful and actionable tips and ideas. The notebook and pen are a great addition so you can jot notes and ideas while reading, and the coffee is a nice bonus to keep you going. This box will appeal to many people, especially those interested in business, inventing, start-ups, or just those looking to learn more about those concepts.

Click here to check out Hustle Crate.



Disclaimer: Box information is correct as of posting date. As prices and terms are subject to change, please be sure to read the FAQ of this company before signing up.

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