We know what ‘hustle’ is.
It’s spending an unhealthy amount of time working on something that interests you.
It’s creating calculated goodwill to induce reciprocity in others.
It’s what you say you’re doing in picture-quotes to get more likes.
So what’s anti-hustle?
It’s spending a healthy amount of time working on something that makes things better. Doing important work, then resting.
It’s creating value for others without expectation of reciprocity. Nobody likes to feel hustled, but anti-hustle feels great to the recipient.
It’s having meaningful conversations with those you serve, rather than pandering to algorithms for likes.
Which of the two sounds like it’ll produce the results you want?
Why not try that one, then?