Sibusiso ‘DJ Sbu’ Leope believes that his new book, The Art of Hustling: Sell or Surrender, will help the youth of South Africa.
The radio personality turned businessman wants the motivational book, which gives tips on how to succeed as an entrepreneur, to be added to the high school curriculum.
“The book has to make it into the South African high school curriculum.
“Anybody that knows any minister of education, you got to let them know. If they’re not putting my books as part of the curriculum in this country they’re failing our youth,” he said in a video posted on social media.
— #Beautiful (@djsbu) November 9, 2018
The book, which officially launched last week, is available at Exclusive Books, CNA and Amazon.
Exclusive Books’, Ben Williams, says that the offering “will launch a thousand SA entrepreneurs”.
The Art of Hustling: Sell or Surrender follows Sbu’s successful book, Billionaires Under Construction: The Mindset of an Entrepreneur, which has sold over 10 000 copies since its release last year.
His latest book is set to be just as big. According to the DJ, it is already a bestseller.
Sbu is passionate about entrepreneurship and the youth of SA.
He was invited to speak about African business and entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School in America earlier this year.
He used the opportunity to promote his MoFaya products like a true “hustler”.
“How to hustle Harvard MBAs & PHDs the African way. These guys really thought a MoFaya Hustler like me can give them 100 MoFayas & 100 books for free? It’s the ABCs of hustling. Always Be Closing!… If I could have this whole room consuming my products, it means it’s possible to have the whole world consuming our African brands. Rise & shine Africa be inspired. It’s your time,” he wrote on Instagram.
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How to hustle Harvard MBAs & PHDs the African way 😂. These guys really thought a MoFaya Hustler like me can give them 100 MoFayas & 100 books for free? It's the ABCs of hustling. Always Be Closing! Sorry but I had to pick up those dollars. It's called planting a seed. If I could have this whole room consuming my products, it means it's possible to have the whole world consuming our African brands. Rise & shine Africa be inspired. It's your time. 4:30am get up & go my brothers and sisters it's a brand new day! It's your day. Claim it. Let nobody spoil it for you. You are blessed & highly favoured 👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿