How to Start a Charcuterie Board Business: $100k in Sales in 9 Months

Monisha Misra

Last May, Monisha Misra reluctantly accepted her first customer. Nine months later, she’d eclipsed $100k in total sales — all on the side from her day job.

BoardsByMo.com is a charcuterie board prep company, and the early success and attention in that arena has spun off other revenue streams including virtual live charcuterie board building classes.

Built to Sell: Design a Business to Run Without You

Tyler Gillespie

Service businesses can get a bad rap.

After all, there are still clients to deal with, there’s actual labor involved in fulfillment, they’re just not as glamorous as other more “passive” income models.

But you should know that more side hustle show guests started with a service-based business model than any other.

How to Start a Hot Tub Rental Business: Zero to $1000s per Month

You’ve heard of Hot Tub Time Machine, but how does Hot Tub Cash Machine sound?

That’s effectively the business model this week’s guest Steve Nadramia of LIHotTubRentals.com has.

Steve is a high school history and economics teacher in New York, and a listener of the show.

27 Blue Collar Business Ideas: $20-100/hour Starting Today

blue collar business ideas

If you’ve been searching the Internet for different businesses to start, chances are you’ve found thousands of ways to make money online.

But there may be an equal or greater opportunity to make money right in your own hometown with a good old-fashioned “blue collar” business idea.

How to Start a Mobile Detailing Business: Zero to $6k a Month

Josh Belk

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 to Start Virtual Call Center: From Idea to 7-Figure Exit

donald spann

From personal pain point to a 7-figure payday!

That’s what Donald Spann did when he started — and eventually sold — his virtual receptionist company, Vicky Virtual.

Donald took a personal pain point of his — handling incoming phone calls in his cleaning business — and built out a fully remote virtual call center.

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