Sarah Miller is still in college (and plays soccer for her school) but that hasn’t stopped her from starting a pretty cool side hustle: painting custom pet portraits. She’s done 300 paintings so far! But the business isn’t without its challenges. She’d like to raise her rates, expand her marketing efforts to land new clients, … Read more
After spending hours of research and using the little money that I had saved, I bought my first pair of shoes to resell. It was a pair of Jordans that I bought for $190. I sold them hours later for $300 — an $80 profit after shipping and fees.
It was the quickest and easiest money I had ever made. I had finally found a product that met all of my criteria: high ticket items with good margins that sold quickly. Sneakers checked those boxes very nicely.
John Cavendish of FBA Frontiers started his FBA business three years ago and has become an advocate for the e-commerce and FBA scene in Europe.
If you already have experience with Amazon FBA in the US, expanding into Europe is easier than you’re probably thinking and opens up a much wider customer base.
If you’ve been by SideHustleNation.com lately you might have noticed the site just got a long overdue facelift. This is the 3rd major redesign of the site and the first since January 2014. I remember that date because I worked on it over the holidays and wanted to get it done before heading off to … Read more
Over the last decade, Cathy Heller has earned $100s of thousands of dollars from her music and helping other musicians license their songs.
In fact, you’ve probably heard some of her music without realizing it. Songs of hers have been featured in ads for huge brands, like McDonald’s, Walmart, Kellogg’s, as well as many popular TV shows.
Today, the mother of 3 balances family, her art, her agency, her online course, and her new Don’t Keep Your Day Job podcast, where she interviews other entrepreneurs, artists, and influencers.
I’ve been excited about alternative investments since my early days as an aspiring real estate investor and peer-to-peer loan shark.
If you’re bored/scared/disillusioned with the “traditional” stock market and mutual fund asset classes, or if you just are curious what else is out there, this post is for you.
The cool thing is we’re living in a golden age of alternative investment opportunities, and it was quite an undertaking to compile these options.
Teresa Greenway is a mother of 10 who went from working part-time in a bakery to making $5k a month doing what she loves – baking and teaching others how to bake.
More specifically, she teaches how to bake the perfect sourdough bread loaf.
Teresa has built a really cool business around this niche at NorthwestSourdough.com.
You can be a creator or a consumer, but it’s the creators that get paid.
I’ve argued before that creativity is the most important skill for entrepreneurs because before you can sell something, you have to create that value proposition.
But what if you’re not creative?
I believe we all have that innate creative spirit in us somewhere, it’s just a matter of flexing that creative muscle.
As the author of more than 70 books, Steve “S.J.” Scott is one of the most productive and disciplined people I know.
His latest title, Habit Stacking, became a Wall Street Journal Bestseller and served as the inspiration for this episode.
We’re diving into a few of the habits that allow Steve to continually drive his business forward, and lead a healthier and happier life. Plus, you’ll learn why we think they’re important and how you can apply them in your own life.
Progress report time! I’ve been doing these quarterly progress reports for the last couple years.
I find this exercise a helpful time to evaluate what happened over the last 3 months, to see what you got done, and to ask if you’re happier or otherwise better off than you were when you started.
So am I?