More links from my Highlighted Posts Page. These links have considerable value beyond creating a successful side hustle.
Enjoy and share.
The more I worked with it, however, the more I heard ‘the voices’: “You need more updated content! You need more updated content!”
Yeah, welcome to my world, where the voices don’t just talk…they sing. ;->
Anyway, some of the other link categories include: Content Marketing, Inspiration for Side Hustlers, Chris Guillebeau/Side Hustle School, Seth Godin, NIck Loper/Side Hustle Nation, and Blogging.
I hope you find content that hits one of your targets.
How could I?
I merrily traipse along sharing good side hustler stuff with you and it took me 280+ posts before I shared something from Marie Forleo?
I’m even reading her Everything is Figureoutable book and it didn’t dawn on me that she should have been one of the first people this blog should have showcased.
If I didn’t have to live with myself, I’d fire me ASAP.
Apologies done, let’s move on to her 322+ FREE Business Tools & Resources.
She shares resources via 9 categories, each of which could qualify as an online course.
1. Make a Plan
2. Create a Website
3. Design Your Website, Logo & More
4. Support Your Customers
5. Market Your Business
6. Collaborate With Your Team
7. Be More Productive
8. Manage Your Business
9. Learn New Things
She also offers this massive blog post in spreadsheet format.
Chris Guillebeau–author, podcaster, side hustler since high school–if offering this micro-course to “help you find your best idea for making extra money outside of your job.”
1. Sign up
2. Receive lessons/content via audio and text message–everyday for 21 days.
3. Start your side hustle.
Entrepreneur’s R.L. Adams checks in with his 50 Profitable Side Hustle Ideas. Note: I just realized over a year ago I’d recommended you follow Robert’s work. It’s almost as if I know what I’m talking about…but we all know that can’t be, right? ;-]
While many of the ideas might sound familiar, Adams adds a related link for each of the list items. That multiplies the value of this post, so it’s well worth your time to click-and-read.
Some new-to-me ideas from the list I hadn’t considered:
— Do micro-jobs on Mechanical Turk.
— Produce an audiobook.
— Invest with LendingClub.
Here’s hoping you run across some helpful ideas, info, or advice.
A good reason to subscribe to entrepreneur.com.
The most recent email topic:
Tips. Tools, and Resources for Thriving as a Solopreneur
The email points us to:
Julia McCoy of expresswriters.com does a nice job of pointing some solo entrepreneurs to the truth:
You can’t do it all.
Click on the above screenshot for a two-minute scan of Julia’s May, 2021 post.
I hope this post helps steer your content efforts in the right direction.
Thank you, Canva.
How to keep the fires going? Just right-click on the images of your choice,
and select ‘Save image as…’ [or whatever your device offers…].
Use as a screen background or print them out.
And DO pass this along to friends and colleagues!
They’ll thank you.
For a subject-by-subject look at sidehustlecurator,
check out my Posts Organized by Topic page.
Forge ahead, side hustlers!
Forge ahead, side hustlers!
Nope, no commissions or affiliation here, just a recommendation.
It’s not too late. You’re still able to sign up. [I just tested the page again.]
And really, tons of value for women OR men.
Some of the topics so far:
- 5 Types of 15-Second Videos to Sell More Courses
- How to Get Your First 3 Coaching Clients
- Passion to Paid: How to Turn Your Creativity Into a Career
Here is Teachable’s invitation to Women Create 2021…
There are over 12 million women-owned businesses in the U.S. Why can’t you be next? Introducing #WomenCreate2021—a FREE, three-day online summit that’s been built to uplift women in entrepreneurship.