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Hustlenomics Jun 12
The rural versus urban hustler: Who’d come out on top?
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Logan Reid Jun 6
I went through a phase where everytime I drank I would blackout and rip all my clothes off. My friends would have to give me their clothes so my ding dong wasn't flopping around and my nips protected. Good way to get rid of my shitty clothes and get some fresh fits.
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Hustlenomics Jun 12
Replying to @Hustlenomics7
Urbanites have better connections in the job market, which reduces their propensity to hustle. Rural folks are on their own. This challenges their thinking, just like with immigrants to other countries.
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Hustlenomics Jun 12
Replying to @Hustlenomics7
The other big difference is that urbanites live in a protected environment, with gates, security guards and househelps. This often limits their persistence and softens them. When it comes to hustles, urbanites are choosy, while rural folks are not.
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Buhle Goslar 31 Oct 17
Merci Paris! Time to head back home. 🚀.
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Hustlenomics May 24
Shoe shining has defied time and seasons. In every town and hamlet, shoe shiners are busy making us look neat and presentable.
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Hustlenomics Jun 6
Does Kenya export its hustles 'majuu'? Is the Kenyan spirit of hustling universal? Does it hover beyond our borders? Research suggests we export lots of hustles to different parts of the world.
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Hustlenomics Jun 12
Replying to @Hustlenomics7
In Kenya, the two classes of hustlers, rural and urban, are very different in behaviour and mannerism. First, rural hustlers have the upper hand. They can fit in both rural and urban areas. Urban hustlers struggle to fit into rural areas.
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Hustle Wear Oct 31
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2Three The Engineer Dec 19
Ray J need to teach a course at somebody school ! Good idea 💡 or Goofy idea 🤔
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Hustlenomics Jun 6
Which hustles are popular? Muriuki Mukurima is a senior Kenyan hustler based in Los Angeles, California, and he shared some of the popular hustles among Kenyans. First on the list is the CNA (Certified Nursing Aide).
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Hustlenomics Jun 12
Replying to @Hustlenomics7
One hopes that the path to upward mobility for rural hustlers will reopen. It’s getting closed by hopelessness. For now, we seem to be settling into hardened social-economic classes. That kills dynamism and slows the economy.
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Hustlenomics Jun 12
Replying to @Hustlenomics7
The rural hustler’s upbringing has also made them tough – they had no choice, from milking cows, to planting and harvesting crops in all sorts of weather conditions, they learnt the science and art of persistence.
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Hustlenomics Jun 12
Replying to @Hustlenomics7
Our rural hustlers, with their ambition and flexibility, will remain a national resource if we motivate or give them incentives, not despise them. Are you a rural or urban hustler? What's been your experience?
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Hustlenomics Jun 6
Are you a Kenyan hustler majuu? What’s your story?
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THEREALFIEJITT Oct 11
Dropping Halloween 🎃
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A 2 the G Jun 7
You gotta know when to sell the Mercedes BACK to the Benz! 😏
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SAB Foundation Oct 11
Well done to for walking away with the first prize for the Social Innovation Award. What a moment!!
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chucksea 9 Feb 18
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Nazywrite Apr 29
They gave me opportunity on a platter of gold, I took the plater of gold and left opportunity behind... Think outside the box Stay out side the box
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