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A Side Gig = Backing Yourself

A side gig tells you that you can be successful at something else outside of your work experience, education, or your parent’s selfish wants for your life. 

A side gig tells you, "I can use my existing skills to find a few customers who will pay me for them, rather than assume I have to settle for one safe customer who will innocently take advantage of that position for profit"

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