The graphic above offers just a sampler of the 36 lessons and 2 review sessions you will find at Side Hustle School’s Classroom Page. More to come, I’m pretty sure.
Each lesson consists of a detailed lesson summary and a link to the corresponding podcast episode.
At the risk of sounding not so eloquent, great stuff. As I’ve also noted about Copyblogger’s content, this is a book-on-a-page.
Keep grinding. You never know what sparks might develop!
This buffer.com post by Courtney Seiter–5 Side Hustle Lessons I Learned From My Day Job–still offers helpful insights, despite its 2017 publication date.
Anything written before the pandemic started is probably viewed through a different lens anyway, right?
It’s well worth the six-minute read.
As always, I hope you tailor any idea or ‘aha! moment’ into something helpful
This post from AcceleratedFI reviews the writer’s side hustle flops and there is tons to learn here.
Some of the oops moments:
- Violating someone’s patent
- Following the allure of ‘cost per click’ and creating sites around products [i.e. tooth implants] he knew nothing about.
- Inventing a product, but victimized by poor performance at the Asian factory.
- And in his ‘garlic press’ venture…”This meant if I sold them for $10 and Amazon took a $4 cut for fulfillment/shipping fees, I was netting $6 and my cost was $7.50. I’m losing $1.50 on every sale I make…”
The post does lead off with:
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by PSECU, a Pennsylvania-based credit union but hey, I’m there to glean a little information, so, not a problem.
Jim has since moved on to more successful ventures and offers his free PDF of his 7 favorite side hustles here.