Suggestion #12: Pat Flynn freebie for course creators

The Smart Passive Income site also offers The SPI Essential Guide to Online Courses.

Highlights:

  • The five most common objections people have to creating an online course. Trust me–almost all of us have run these through our heads.
  • The top 11 mistakes to avoid when creating the course. [Hey, based on my own attempts,I could have written this!]
  • Examples of successful online courses and their origins.

Have a great weekend! Take care of yourselves…your family members [and pets]…and others you encounter. [Notice I didn’t say ‘run into’. Bad choice of words, right? That would imply you were well within six feet of each other. ;->]

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Suggestion #11: Pat Flynn freebies for side hustlers

These are from Pat Flynn of https://www.smartpassiveincome.com/

Highlights:

  • Books: Will It Fly? and Let Go.
  • Mini-courses: Smart From Scratch and Build Your Own Brand
  • Dealing with the pandemic resources

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Suggestion #9: Look into freebies for a side hustle kickstart and…

another list.

Yes, I promised that I would include a list only if it stood out. Today, Nick Loper updated his 150+ Real Ways to Make Extra Money in 2020. Note: While lists can be overwhelming, I use them to push my ‘what if…?’ thinking or to find ideas that might be combined.

Okay, on to the ‘freebies’ portion of the show…

StackSkills Side Hustle Bundle

Today, and for the next couple of posts, I will share freebies for side hustlers, as well as other links, including one to Shannon Mattern, who has produced 286 Pep Talks for Side Hustlers podcasts.

I’m going to start with the reading skills mini-course. [Honest, amping up your reading can help you cover lots of content in shorter amounts of time.]

Let me know what you think. Pretty good for the price.

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Suggestion #7: Success Magazine’s The Side Hustler’s Handbook

Here’s a helpful piece from Success Magazine.
You can sign up for a PDF version or simply sink your mind into this online version.

Highlights from their ‘unofficial laws’:

  • #2: Be selfish, but understand that it’s not all about you.
  • #5: Be ruthless with your schedule.
  • #7: Harness your fear
  • #8: Never work for free, but understand that payment isn’t always monetary.

Side Hustle Quote of the Day:
Set aside 20 minutes–no more!–every single day to work on your project, and protect those 20 minutes with everything you have. Never let anything get in the way of this time.” 
― Rebecca Scott, Hustling 101: Selling your Talents without Selling your Soul

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Suggestion #6: Follow the work of R.L. Adams at Entrepreneur

In my search for other idea lists, I ran across the work of R.L. Adams.

Check the word cloud for topics this software engineer/entrepreneur/author
has posted for Entrepreneur.

I’m keeping in mind the financial challenges many of us are facing
amidst the current events.

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Suggestion #5: Entrepreneur.com list of ideas

Okay, okay, okay…enough with the idea lists already! So, unless I find another one with more unique items, this one from Entrepreneur.com is the last I’ll share for awhile. Most of these are basic ‘trading time for dollars’ ideas, but these first posts of sidehustlecurator are meant to stir the pot and get people thinking.

Come to think of it, I’ll add a page just for lists…I mean, what in blazes kind of curator am I if I didn’t have lists? [One of my favorite ways to use lists: ‘hybrid-thinking. My oversimplified definition: cross-pollinate two ideas into one product or service.]

Note: A side benefit of this blog–I’m constantly learning about or being reminded of contributors and resources like R.L. Adams [the topic of the next post] and CafePress.

My previous lists:

Nick Loper’s 99 ideas for side hustles.

Chris Guillebeau’s list of 50 ideas for side hustles.

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Suggestion #4: Chris Guillebeau’s starter list of ideas

Yesterday, I included a link to Nick Loper’s 99 ideas for side hustles.

Today,–Chris Guillebeau’s list of 50 ideas for side hustles.

Some of my favorites:

  • Write curriculum and lesson plans for teachers.
  • Create a niche podcast. [It should play into one of your passions.]
  • Teach someone a new skill. [Think: mini-course.]
  • Launch a research-based resource site. [Again, it helps if the subject also interests you.]

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