Most of us have a favorite book that spurred us to explore this side-gig world.
I went to Quora to track down a discussion of favorite side hustle books and clicked to this afterfivehustle.com page by Sushen Jamwal, where he offers quick summaries and convenient links to previews and to Amazon.
Hovering questions: Aren’t you leaving out [name your favorite side hustle book/author]? Aren’t there more recent titles?
Well, I’m glad you asked that…whoever you are. I’ll further explore.
For now, here are the authors from Sushen’s list: [They’re also listed among my tags.]
Sometimes, obvious stuff just flies right past you. (And by ‘you’, I mean ‘me’, but hey, why not drag someone else into my vortex of obliviousness?)
Somehow, despite having visited her website hustleandgroove.com and run across her books on Amazon, I’ve casually dropped the ball on highlighting her work.
Sticking with my ‘back to the basics’ thread from Spark #100, here is Lise’s methodical, thorough post on starting and maintaining a side hustle.
I think her ‘action steps’ corresponding to each of the steps set this post apart from others with the same focus.
NOTE: This post is from 2017. I asked if it’s been updated. Still valuable, but something to keep in mind.
Also…Lise’s Amazon Author’s Page Link