“Great things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle.”
Despite many references on the Internet to Lincoln saying this quote, there is no evidence to support it. Within The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, he says the phrase “things may” only three times, and never says “things may come,” “things left,” or the word “hustle.” Furthermore, in Lincoln’s era, “hustle” meant to obtain something rather than to put in an energetic effort.
Known widely as a great orator, Abraham Lincoln said (and wrote) many inspiring things during his life and presidency. From the “House Divided” speech to his lesser-known letters and writings, there are plenty of motivational phrases to be found. However, in the decades and centuries following his death, many quotes have been wrongly attributed and disseminated in various publications, with the Internet spurring it all on.
Ruto was able to capture the imagination of the country with his widely popular Bottom-up Model which seeks to empower the low-earning workers by laying more emphasis on them during policy-making. He branded himself with the moniker, ”Hustler”.
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