Expect solid content and practical advice when Nick Loper posts his ’20 Questions’ editions of The Side Hustle Show.
These are just some of the topics he explores in his latest 20 Questions.
1. Teachable as his online course tool
3. Accelerating the process of growing a community
4. Side hustle opportunities for retirees
5. The benefits and logistics of bundle sales
NOTE: Spend an extra ten minutes on the linked page to follow links he mentions in the latest edition and/or click to his previous 20 Questions podcasts.
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.
Here is today’s brainstorming list of 240+ terms .
First suggestion: Have fun with this content. See what’s helpful, but don’t sweat over it.
Possible uses of a resource like this…
— Combine terms.
— Find common themes.
— Which terms appeal to sense of humor?
— Which terms communicate a more serious approach?
— Which terms suggest a goal or objective you hadn’t previously considered?
— Find all the terms that relate to ‘customer problems’.
— Find all the terms that relate to ‘solutions to those problems’.
— Find words from which you can use to create your own new words or phrases.
— Find word(s) that speak to pop culture.
— Pare down. Pare down some more.
— Even better…set a timer and give yourself 10 minutes to generate first-draft marketing or blog copy using list items.
— Can you create a slogan from chosen list items? Check out this link below:
Here is the latest from my Scoop-it page:
Click the above image to view a 90-second tour of the sites.
Here are the links to the sites highlighted in the video:
Forge ahead, solos!
Dielle Charon started as a struggling social worker and over time discovered her own methods of generating leads and clients. She has brought in over $200,000 over two years–while still working 9-5– and has evolved into a ‘coach for coaches’.
Some favorites are in the above graphic.
Keep plugging, solos!
Not easy to read, but this is a visualization of just the 46 side hustle-related questions generated by answerthepublic.com. Right-click and download the image to get a better look at the result or click the screenshot below for a 5-page PDF of the entire 326 results.
If you want a different approach to keyword research for blog topics or product or marketing ideas, give this site a try.
Click the image above for a 90-seconds of idea-shopping in Pinterest…
Why watch the video?
- Snappy words/phrases that speak to you or your customers
- Product/service ideas you hadn’t considered
- New customers
- New websites/resources you hadn’t considered
- Pinterest pin design strategies
- A reminder to use Pinterest for the occasional brainstorming exercise
and some of the listings may actually affirm a strategy or product line you’ve already followed/created.
Nothing wrong with a little reassurance, right?
So pause this masterpiece where needed.
I hope this steers you to something new, profitable, or reassuring.
For a subject-by-subject look at sidehustlecurator,
check out my Posts Organized by Topic page.
Forge ahead, side hustlers!
“Remember, everyone you know knows someone.”
“I make time every Monday morning to send emails, share blog posts, and reach out to potential clients.”
“One of my favorite sayings comes from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella:
‘The learn-it-all does better than the know-it-all.'”
These are just three memorable lines–in addition to the paraphrasing in the above Padlet–shared by Beth Newton in her October 2020 post for Entrepreneur.
Three new additions to Side Hustle Curator’s page of lists…
Lots of smart people chiming in on getting started and reaching your customer.