This is my review of the popular Field Agent app.
I’ve heard about the app on various lists of side hustle ideas for years, and was excited to finally put it to the test.
The tl;dr version of what I found is that the app is legit (they do really pay), it’s easy to use, and is actually pretty fun. But don’t expect this to replace your day job!
For better or worse, we’re in the middle of a massive labor shift from employees to entrepreneurs.
In this episode, I want to try and equip you with some skills, frameworks, and mindsets to help navigate that shift.
If you want to make money online, there are a million ways to get it done, but it usually boils down to one thing: helping people.
Josh Belk is a full-time college student, he works full-time in web design, and in what little spare time, he’s started a $6,000 a month mobile detailing business with his younger brother.
This idea came about when Josh connected the dots between obsession and opportunity.
On the obsession side, Josh would always see his brother out in the driveway cleaning his car.
How does making an extra few hundred $$ a month with a low rated side hustle that has literally millions of potential repeat customers sound?
Matt Rowell set himself the goal of generating an extra $5k over 5 years to fund some passion projects he’s interested in, and he’s found a niche that fits this bill to set himself on this path.
A service business is one of the fastest side hustles to get off the ground, and you can scale it by hiring other people to deliver the work.
But is there an advantage to staying as a solo operator?
To find out, it’s time for another Side Hustle Showdown. This time looking at: freelancing vs building an agency.