This week’s guest booked $100k worth of work in their first 9 months of a new side hustle they had no experience with.
Haley Gallagher and her husband are serial side hustlers and were specifically looking for a side hustle they could do after hours.
Seeing an opportunity at a bar he was working security for, Haley’s husband asked if they could take on the cleaning contract.
Becoming a professional video editor can be a great way to make money online.
Video editing is an in-demand skill, growing at a 12% per year pace. And when you see the millions of YouTube channels, TikTok videos, and Instagram reels, it really comes as no surprise.
Full-time video editors earn an average of $50k a year, and freelancers often command rates of $40 an hour and up, depending on experience.
So how can you get starting making money as a video editor? Here are some ideas.
This week’s guest started his side hustle with the goal of earning an extra $1,000 a month – fast forward four summers later and it’s now a 6-figure business.
Blademir Hernandez of LitterFreeLots.nyc is a long-time listener of the Side Hustle Show who was inspired by Brian Winch’s story in episode 266 to start his business.
Brian built a $650k a year operation picking up litter and cleaning parking lots, something Blademir told me he knew he could also do.