Note: Click here to download Paul’s top tips for setting up and selling a group coaching program from this episode. Paul Brodie is a former special needs teacher turned 11-time Amazon bestselling author. What started as a side hustle writing about his own weight loss journey turned into a string of bestselling titles on Amazon, $3000 … Read more
Women pay up to $2000 a month to hang out with Natalie Eckdahl for a few hours.
The mother of 3 has turned her BizChix podcast (which started as a side hustle) into a thriving business based largely on paid mastermind groups. She curates groups of high-performing female entrepreneurs – and gets paid handsomely to do it.
Is this a revenue stream you could add to your business?
Nagina Abdullah turned her weight loss blog, MasalaBody.com, into a 6-figure side business. By day, she works for a large consulting company, and with a busy work schedule, a young family, and limited time to work on her side hustle, Nagina has been very smart about her marketing and pricing.
After struggling with her weight for all of her adult life, she finally hit on something that worked and dropped 40 pounds! With friends, colleagues, and neighbors asking how she did it, she started her blog to share recipes and tips.
Corrina Gordon-Barnes is a sought-after coach and mentor, and today she shares with Side Hustle Nation exactly how she built her business from the ground up.
There are some surprising turns and some eye-opening responses in this one, as I ask Corrina about how she prices her services, how she landed her first clients, how she’s scaling her business, and how she made blogging work as an effective marketing channel.
A couple weeks ago, a commenter named Dan asked for some resources on how to find a business coach.
I thought it was an excellent question so I put a query out on HelpAReporter.com asking current coaching clients:
How they found their coach?
Is there a general rule for budgeting how much to spend on a coach?
What do their coaches help them with? What are the benefits?
How often do they meet?
How long they’ve been working together?
These are the thoughtful and insightful answers I got back.
In episode 33 of The Side Hustle Show, I’m joined by Virginia Roberts from TheHeartographer.com. Virginia shares an awesome story of side hustle success, turning a personal skill into a hobby, then into a part-time coaching business, eventually quitting her job to be a full-time entrepreneur.
In Episode 22 of The Side Hustle Show, Jullien Gordon of SideHustla.com gives the detailed story about how he transitioned from employee to entrepreneur and built his speaking business into a 6-figure a year enterprise. I discovered his site through David Hutcherson from ThePowerofPartTime.tv, another awesome side hustler. Jullien is a super-smart guy, a talented … Read more
In this episode of The Side Hustle Show, we meet Jeremy Blanchard, a soon-to-be full-time Life and Leadership Coach. While working as a web developer, Jeremy has been cultivating his coaching business as a fun, profitable, and fulfilling side hustle. During our interview, he shares his passion for the business of helping others, and gives … Read more
In Episode 2 of The Side Hustle Show, I have my good friend and “genyus” Theresa Campbell as my guest. By day she’s helping Ford reclaim the American Road and by night she’s helping people harness their superpowers and ignite meaningful lives. Subscribe to The Side Hustle Show via iTunes! Subscribe to The Side Hustle … Read more