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The Best of the Year
I get asked all the time what are the best side hustles.
And while some are definitely better than others, what’s best for you might not work for someone else. Here are my top picks for the year!
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It’s kind of crazy to think about, but I’ve been working from home full-time for over 10 years!
Here are some of my favorite ways I’ve made money from home and how I see others making money from home today.
It seems like everyone is using Canva, but few recognize the platform’s full potential for making money.
The truth is Canva offers tons of money-making opportunities in products, services, and content.
There are plenty of side hustles out there that can help medical doctors make extra income.
Even though doctors tend to be highly paid (over $200,000 median salary), they’re also straddled with student loans and a late start to their careers.
The beauty of these side hustle ideas is that many don’t require a huge initial investment or even necessarily a highly specialized skill-set. And certainly, not all qualify as “business ideas,” but each has the potential to earn you money in your spare time.
What are the best side hustles for firefighters?
Given their unique schedule, just about every firefighter I’ve met has had at least one side hustle!
According to Career Explorer, firefighters earn an average of $78,000 a year — but have lots of downtime to pursue other money-making ventures. Here are my top picks.
What are the best side hustles for writers?
The good news is writing is a great, in-demand skill to make money from. Yes, even in the age of Chat GPT, there are lots of writing side hustles that can earn you money in your spare time.
What are the best side hustles for introverts?
Don’t worry — if you don’t like talking to people, there are still plenty of ways to make extra money and start a business!
I get it. I identify as an introvert myself.
While my own college days are ancient history, I think it’s more important than ever that college students learn how to make money.
College itself is more expensive than ever, and that’s led to more and more people borrowing money to pay for it. This year’s graduates will carry more than a degree–they’ll also head out into the world with an average of $33,000 of debt.
But if you can start your working career without the huge burden of debt, you’ve already got a major leg-up on your path to financial independence.
Chad Carson is a 30-something semi-retired real estate mogul, who together with his business partner, oversees a portfolio of 90+ rental units.
In fact, he and his wife are in the middle of an exciting adventure — a year abroad in Ecuador with their two daughters.
But of course he didn’t start there. Fresh off the football field at Clemson, Chad’s real estate career started more modestly by “bird dogging” and house hacking — two of the tactics he shares in this week’s show.
AI (artificial intelligence) is one of the hottest topics of the year. And today, we’re going to explore some of the actionable ways that you can capitalize on this new technology to either start a new business or grow one that you’ve already got.
To help me talk through these is Matt Wolfe from FutureTools.io and the FutureTools YouTube channel. Matt’s a long-time friend who’s been doing a deep dive on this stuff for the past few months and I’m anxious to get caught up.
What if you could find hobbies that make money doing what you enjoy? Your hobby doesn’t have to be a money pit!
Here are our top money-making hobbies to consider and how to get started.
As a new parent, I’m constantly trying to figure out the best way to educate our little hustler about business, entrepreneurship, and money.
And while he’s a few years away from the proverbial lemonade stand on the sidewalk, let me use that as inspiration for this post.