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Adventures in building job-free income streams.
In March I participated in my first online bundle sale.
It was hosted by Alexis Grant and the team over at The Write Life and featured 9 different products and resources for writers at a steep discount. ($1076 worth of stuff for just $99.)
I think coordinating bundle sales is a side hustle opportunity for bloggers — with or without an established audience.
I was really excited to sit down with Travis Scott from StuffParentsLike.com to share his success with the Amazon FBA (Fulfilled by Amazon) clearance arbitrage business, and also to get his insight since I just started playing around with this side hustle myself.
Travis has seen impressive results with Amazon, netting $25,000 so far this year through July, in addition to his full-time job and duties as a dad.
You may remember Travis from a guest post he contributed on his FBA adventures last year.
If you’ve got a business that generates even $200 (or less), it can change your life.
I know this first-hand because that’s what happened to me.
(And if you don’t have such a business now, you are in the right place to find one. Nick’s site is a goldmine full of business ideas and he tells you exactly how to implement them.)
I’m a successful money manager, but back in 2008 I was in a world of pain.
At the end of nearly every episode of The Side Hustle Show, I ask my guests for their #1 tip for Side Hustle Nation. There’s always a great variety of responses, and I wanted to take some time today to go through some of my favorites from the past 50 interviews.
(I first did this for episode 50, which was my first-ever solo podcast recording.) If all these really smart and successful people keep saying these episode after episode as their “#1 tip,” I think they’re worth paying attention to.
What action can you take today to apply those tips?