Tag: side gig

Gig – Sharing – Youpreneur – [Ec]onomy by @SBSLEducSoltns

by SJ Barakony | Featured Contributor    ‘Lean in … it’s growing daily.’   As this blog goes live, we find ourselves on a chronological cusp; it’s not just A New Year’s Eve/Day:  it marks an entirely new decade! The 2020’s will bring us untold innovation which’ll make us do double-takes; one trend, though, that […]

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How to make time for your side business (and take it full-time)

by Camilla Hallstrom When I first started building my business, there was one big thing that kept me back: Time. It felt like I never had the time to grow my business so that I could take it from a side business to a full-time venture. In hindsight, I know I could have done a […]

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How to Make a Side Hustle Work by Jackie Burke of #tiniluxjewelry

by Jackie Burke | Featured Contributor  I started my business, Tini Lux, as a side hustle.  Tini Lux is the first line of fashion jewelry made with metals that are compatible with the human body. At the time, I had not worn earrings for years because they caused extremely painful reactions.  I really wanted a […]

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Why Your Side Business Isn’t Growing and What To Do About It by Caz Wilson of @socialkitchenlv

by Caz Wilson | Featured Contributor  If you’re reading this then there’s a good chance that you have a side hustle, a passion project, something which you hope to leave your soul-crushing day job for. I applaud you, friend. By starting a side hustle, you are walking down a path which will have mountains, valleys, […]

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Your Simple Plan to Jump from Side Hustle to Full-Time Business by @lieshapetrovich

by Liesha Petrovich A side hustle can be so much more than a weekend gig. Maybe your business is a way to pay for a cool hobby, like pottery or jewelry making. Or maybe your one tiny idea evolves into the next Apple (they started in a garage!). And it all depends on what your […]

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How To Thrive As A Freelancer While Avoiding Burnout by @dianarchin

by Diana Chin | Featured Contributor Freelancing is not a glamorous path. There, I said it. For many years while working at different jobs, I was freelancing on a part time basis. No matter the niche I was exploring, I found myself constantly learning what works, what doesn’t work and where to avoid situations that […]

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The Dark Side of a Side Gig by @dianarchin

by Diana Chin | Featured Contributor Side gigs – it makes us feel pretty rebellious, empowered and gives off a sense of high that you’re making money on your own terms. No matter the age bracket, you’ll be sure to encounter someone who may have nonchalantly spoke about their side hustles while working at a […]

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The Christmas Tree and the The Side Hustle by @inspiredbysgp

by Tanea Smith | Featured Contributor Ah, Christmas. Such a joyous time, isn’t it? As a child I’d spend almost every holiday with my family at home in New York City. Occasionally, I’d go to my beloved grandmother’s hometown of Baltimore, Maryland and stay with her niece, Little Zelda. Every family has a Little Zelda. […]

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Diary of a Side Hustler – Surviving the End of the Year Grind by @inspiredbysgp

by Tanea Smith | Featured Contributor Oh, my dear sweet November. After last week’s election, hostesses across America are changing seating arrangements at the Thanksgiving dinner table with the quickness of birds flying south. Meanwhile retail stores are prepping for Black Friday all nighters. And you’re just trying to simultaneously hit your fourth quarter sales […]

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Diary of a Side Hustler: Why you’ll definitely lose a few friends along the way by @inspiredbysgp

by Tanea Smith | Featured Contributor Ah, junior high school. It was actually 30 years ago come this September, but it feels like just yesterday that I sat on the bench in the park of the Ronald Edmonds Learning Center. It was the first day of school, the weather was cool and Guess jeans & […]

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