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Adventures in building job-free income streams.
In today’s installment of my public coaching series I’m catching up with Kathryn, who’s starting a gluten free baked goods business out of her home in Portland Oregon.
When we last spoke, she’d just landed her first customer and sold her first $20 worth of product. Now she’s up to two recurring clients and is also contracting to make gluten-free granola for one of her customers.
Dorie’s latest book is called Stand Out: How to Find Your Breakthrough Idea and Build a Following Around It, and it is the perfect companion to anyone trying to build a personal brand, an authority website, or an audience-based business.
This episode is a little different from other Side Hustle Show episodes because we actually don’t talk much about Dorie’s personal story or experience at all, but rather dive into the research and examples that went into Stand Out.
Listen in to learn how you can generate your next killer idea, get people to pay attention to you, and find a way to monetize it.
This is my first attempt at what may turn into a regular series: a quarterly progress report.
Why quarterly? Because months are too short.
Why “progress”? Because that’s what it’s all about.
To me, progress means forward motion, or actively taking the steps to improve each day. It’s one thing we can control.
I’ve been medium-obsessed with the idea of early retirement ever since I discovered this little blog called Mr. Money Mustache a couple years ago.
The basic formula goes like this: once you have 25x your annual spending in invested net worth, you can theoretically live off growth/interest/dividends in perpetuity.
On today’s episode you’ll meet Jeremy Jacobson, who retired at 37 and now spends his days traveling with his wife and soaking up new cultures and experiences — and blogging about financial independence.