It’s time to dive into the ol’ listener mailbag and answer a few questions in this special Friday edition of The Side Hustle Show.
The last Q&A show I did was back in November and I’ve had quite a few interesting questions come in since then.
Today we’re chatting about SEO tools and strategies, affiliate marketing, self-publishing, Udemy, real estate, taxes, consulting, and more.
In November I released my Udemy course, Kindle Launch Plan: $1400 in 30 Days & an Amazon Bestseller.
It’s about time I break down what I did to create the course, launch it, and ultimately earn $3525 in the first 60 days.
Have you published a course on Udemy? How did it go?
Would you use their platform again?
I’m excited to welcome Scott Britton from Life-LongLearner.com and The Competitive Edge podcast to The Side Hustle Show.
In this chat, we talk about how he built up a passive income stream from online courses on Udemy, which gave him the freedom to travel and live in South America for several months.
He’s a super smart guy and really delivers a ton of excellent tips in this episode. I think you’ll like it!
I’m excited to welcome Alex Genadinik back to The Side Hustle Show as the first-ever repeat guest. Alex reached out and told me how he’d applied many of the strategies and tactics discussed on the show over the past year, and I thought it would be fun to highlight some of those along with his progress.
Alex’s “year of hustle” has created at least 4 new income streams, including a couple more “passive” channels.
This episode illustrates the power of starting today, so you can look back a year from now and see how far you’ve come.
I’m excited to have Ari Meisel from LessDoing.com on the podcast today! Ari is one of the leading thinkers in the productivity space and someone I’ve been following online for a couple years. Today though, we shift gears a little bit and talk about the online education platform Udemy.com as a potential side hustle opportunity. … Read more
I’m always looking for ways to work smarter and more efficiently, and to that end I took a recent inventory of my online business “toolkit.”
Of course many of these will be obvious to you but hopefully you discover some helpful new resources as well.
The good news? Most are free or at least have a free version!
And if you’re looking for the definitive guide to online resources named by top entrepreneurs, check out the full collection in my book, Work Smarter.
Teaching is a noble and rewarding profession, but it’s not the best-paying job in the world.
As a teacher you usually start with very low wages and have the burden of student debt, and so it’s only natural to look to side hustles or ways to make extra money outside of your chosen profession.
While there are dozens of side hustle ideas out there, here are the ones I think are best-suited to teachers and educators to take advantage of your unique skills and expertise.
There’s a great deal written about how to find work in the first place, but once you have it, how do you manage everything effectively? You must avoid becoming a victim of your own success, keep your work-life balance healthy, delight your clients, and ensure you still have enough projects coming in.
If you want to work in harmony and avoid the anxiety monster, you need to look at every aspect of your work and ask “How can I make this better?”