Chris is the founder of ThinkMaids.com, a residential house cleaning service in the Washington DC area he started on the side while still a university student.
Less than two years later, the business is doing $60k a month worth of cleaning work, all without Chris ever lifting a mop or dusting a shelf himself.
This contribution on how to become a tutor comes from Trevor Klee.
Trevor’s a test-prep tutor in the Boston area, and his 20 hour per week tutoring business earns $8000 a month.
The business has given him the time freedom to pursue all sorts of new side hustles, including his blog for current and aspiring tutors, JustAddTutor.com.
May Najafabadi of CreativeKidzCrafts.com went from paying for her son to attend afterschool enrichment classes, to holding her own classes and making $12k working 1 hour a day for 8 weeks.
May has an interesting entrepreneurial background that is mostly in e-commerce selling items on eBay and Amazon.
When Abbey made $8000 from her 1000-person email list, she knew she was on to something.
Over the last several years, Abbey Ashley has gone from earning $25 as a virtual assistant, to coordinating monster 6-figure launches of her own product.
Eight months pregnant with her first daughter, she couldn’t imagine putting her child in day care just to go back to work at a job she hated.
I’m a moderately talented musician with a simple home studio and I’ve been earning thousands of dollars a year in passive income through music licensing.
My songs have been on NPR, the Outdoor channel and Verizon’s On Demand channel, among others. Tens of thousands of people have heard my music — they just haven’t realized it.
I’m one of those tech guys who loves his toys. My wife realizes this, so for one of my previous birthdays she bought me a drone.
A few weeks later a realtor in the family asked me to take aerial photos of a property they had for sale. And they were going to pay me.
Make money flying a toy?
I was in!
Corey Jeffreys turned an $800 investment into $3k in the first year and has been growing his business and adding more automated processes each year.
His entrepreneurial adventure began by exploring the world of real estate investing, when he happened upon a slightly different rental business model: inflatable bounce houses.