Use the criticism of your past work to generate ideas for new projects. For example, researching a response to a critic may lead you to read about or experience something you never would have before, which can open the door for all sorts of new experiments in your professional or personal projects.
Acquire relevant skills, experience or industry knowledge necessary and ensure you have the passion and competence for what you are going to work on. A good start is to monetize the skills you already have that are related to the side hustle you want to establish this. And if you lack key skills that relate to your interests or the side hustle you want to create, there's no better time than the present to learn them.
How to Start a Side Hustle While Keeping Your Day Job
Before you plunge headfirst into a passion project, do your research. Spend time online to see what others are doing Keep initial costs low by using a free website builder and advertising on social media. Ensure your company’s policies don’t ban freelance work. Use idle time, like commuting, to work on your side hustle. Ensure your side hustle is viable and scalable before quitting your daytime job.