No — Side Hustle Nation hasn’t quite hit the $1 million mark yet. That honor is reserved for true blogging elite, and in that spirit I’m excited to introduce Michelle Schroeder-Gardner, the founder of Making Sense of Cents. On her blog, Michelle helps readers learn how to make extra money, save money, and reach their dream […]
Nathan Chan is the founder of FoundrMag.com. The digital magazine started as a side hustle in 2013, and has since transformed into a multi-million dollar media company.
Nathan is perhaps best-known for growing his business through Instagram, a platform where Foundr now has almost a million followers.
But today I want to dive into a different angle of Nathan’s business, and that’s crowdfunding.
Elaine Heney is an app entrepreneur, an Amazon FBA seller (a business she actually sold), and is living the location independent lifestyle. You can find out more about her merch business at MerchEntrepreneur.com
Last year she sold more than $128k worth of t-shirts through Amazon’s Merch by Amazon program, a print-on-demand service offered by the retail giant, of which, $53k was profit.
So, you want to start a blog?
I don’t blame you! After all, it’s a great way to make money online and potentially begin to earn some of that elusive passive income.
And the good news is, it’s really not that hard (or expensive) to get started. In fact, you can be up and running in less than 15 minutes and for less than $3 a month.
Mark Wills is a professional notary public loan signing agent. It’s something he started doing as a side hustle that eventually turned into a full-time business.
While his friend Roman Rosario was between startups, Mark showed him how to do loan signings to make extra money.
And that sparked an entirely new business idea. If Mark could teach him how to do this in just a few hours, he could probably teach others online as well.
If you’re reading this, congratulations. You survived your first year on this planet.
A first birthday is cause for celebration — even if you won’t remember it. We’ve had a crazy year, huh little guy?
John Lee Dumas is the host of EOFire, where he interviews today’s most successful entrepreneurs 7-days a week. JLD has grown EOFire into a multi-million dollar a year business with over 1,500 interviews and 1.5 million monthly listens. His latest project is The Mastery Journal: Master productivity, discipline, and focus in 100 days. You can learn more at TheMasteryJournal.com.
Longtime listeners may remember hearing John way back on episode 15 of The Side Hustle Show. 3.5 years and almost 200 episodes later I’m excited and honored to have him back on the show.
Have you ever done a juice cleanse or a “Whole30” challenge?
While I haven’t ever gone to that extreme, I DO always feel better physically and mentally after even just a few days of clean eating.
So if a quick “cleanse” can work for our health, why not try it with our money?
Possessing creative powers beyond those of mere mortals, Don “The Idea Guy” is back to help talk through a common but tricky situation side hustlers run into.
You might remember Don from episode 170 of the show, where he gave us his 7 rules for business idea brainstorming and took a few live listener calls as well.
This week I invited Don back to help wrestle with the dreaded “conflict of interest” that might arise between your day job and your side hustle.
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”
That line from Aristotle may be one of the most overused quotes in history.
But it’s overused for good reason: it’s a good quote. At least the first part. Aristotle was onto something for sure: we are what we repeatedly do. I agree with that 100%.
The issue I have is with the second part: Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.