You’ve settled on your idea and transformed it into an offer. To convince your ideal customers to consume it, know your promises, pitch and prices, and have a short explanation of why your offer matters.
Aim to understand each action, deliverable, resource, and tool you need to launch and then follow through with it. Creating a schedule and sticking to it will help here.
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Keep your day job, and start a side hustle while you’re there. To do it, you need to create an asset that earns money for you.
Spend your first week being observant, focusing on daily life issues and taking stock of your knowledge and life experience, will give you some ideas. Rank and compare ideas based on things like feasibility, profit potential, and your own motivations. Decide on one and stick with it for the next 27 days.
Decide whether to keep investing time in this project or head back to week two and try a different one instead. Knowing when to quit and when to keep going is key to making any side hustle successful.
Even if you decide to abandon the project and choose something else, the experience you’ve gained will help you be more successful with the next one.
When choosing your side hustle, pick something you want to do, be or achieve, and actively work toward it. Not only will you enjoy the sense of accomplishment that comes with progressing toward a goal but you'll also feel better about yourself and your life.
See your side hustle time as "me time." Because it is -- it's time you spend making the most of your life.
Think if you are willing to sacrifice your free time to struggle to establish a side hustle and if you can handle the consequences of it.
If you are willing, develop a system of positive triggers and routines to help support your self-discipline and exert all your extra effort to grow your side hustle, then you have the psychological foundation to build a successful business.