Find a Support System

Find a Support System

Having people that you can vent to or ask for guidance is key to making any venture a success. Even if you choose to fly solo, surround yourself with people you can talk to, bounce ideas off of, and get genuine feedback from.

Scour your network for people in the same industry, reach out to mentors, and even ask close friends or co-workers for their honest opinions. 

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Cover The Basics Before Launching

Think about things like: securing social media handles, having a distilled brand message and design, a newsletter subscription, trademarking your name/logo, getting an EIN so you can write and receive checks, and establishing an LLC or sole proprietorship.

Before the final launch cycle, tie up any loose ends, and get ready for launch so post-launch everything can run on its own, and is very organized.

Make a Schedule

The struggle to establish a side hustle includes converting previously nonwork time to dedicate to it. 

To lessen the impact, create a schedule considering your situation and tendencies, like your most productive time of the day and what activity would create less damage if sacrificed.

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Tips On Running a Side Hustle
  • 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.

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Choosing The Best Idea

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. 

See Your Side Hustle as "Me Time"

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.

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