on your own hook

on (one's) own hook

Without requiring or having been given instruction, prompting, or guidance from others; by one's own effort or energy. Few things impress employers more than implementing business solutions on your own hook. I just think Jennifer needs to do things on her own hook more, instead of waiting to see what her boyfriend wants to do all the time.
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on your own hook

AMERICAN
If you do something on your own hook, you do it alone, without any help. Patients generally get to the hospital on their own hook. Note: The reference here is to someone catching a fish using their own equipment and without help from others.
See also: hook, on, own