Side Hustle Spark 280: A value-added side hustles idea list (entrepreneur.com)

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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.

Sell your hair.

— Invest with LendingClub.

Here’s hoping you run across some helpful ideas, info, or advice.

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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Also, let me know if there’s anything I’ve provided that has helped you in some small way.
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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.

Thanks for visiting. As always, check in with questions and requests in the comments below
Also, let me know if there’s anything I’ve provided that has helped you in some small way.
sidehustlecurator@gmail.com