Side hustlers know a thing or two about productivity.
After all, building a business is hard work — and doing it with limited hours is even more challenging.
You know it’s not just about getting more stuff done; it’s about getting more of the right stuff done.
Because busy doesn’t always mean effective!
A good logo is a great way to customize your website or business card — or to simply make your side hustle feel more legit.
Adding your logo to your Facebook page, YouTube channel, or seller profile on a marketplace (like Thumbtack or TaskRabbit) is a no-brainer.
Recently we published 99 side hustle ideas blog and we thought we’d follow up with 99 logo examples for some of the most popular side hustles.
You might remember Jacques Hopkins from episode 223, where he broke down how he turned his hobby of playing piano into a solid $20k a month online business at Pianoin21days.com.
Things were going great; he had a bunch of happy customers, he’d quit his engineering job to focus on it full-time, and he was doing what he loves.
In this special 300th edition of The Side Hustle Show, I’m excited to feature 5 listeners who took action on specific ideas they heard on the show or read on the Side Hustle Nation blog — and turned that action into concrete results.
Those results range from their first $1000 on the side, up to a $700k e-commerce empire, but the point is they made something happen.
Remember the Red Paperclip Guy from a few years ago? In 2005, an out-of-work Kyle MacDonald started with a single red paperclip and traded his way up to a house in Kipling, Saskatchewan.
Remarkably, this barter adventure took only 14 trades and was completed in less than a year. Kyle started out small, each time seeking something “bigger and better” in exchange.