A sidehustle is something you do “on the side” to make a bit of extra cash and EVERYONE could do with a bit of extra cash on the side these days couldn’t they?

Sidehustle tips and traps
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The ultimate goal of many people starting a sidehustle is financial independence – particularly not being dependant on an employer or “a job” in the traditional sense. While the majority of sidehustles remain small enterprises that bring in a small amount of cash, many people turn their sidehustle into their “main hustle” in the form of a business that can grow quite substantially, even to the point of replacing a full time job. Some people I’ve read about make eye watering amounts of money from what started out as a little sidehustle!

plzLOOK is a sidehustle and I will be sharing “warts and all” the decisions AND the mistakes I’m making along the way so that you don’t make the same ones.

I’m not promising you a “get rich quick” magic bullet – sidehustles require hard work and most of them fail to generate any real revenue to begin with. BUT – if you keep at it and keep learning from your mistake and adjusting your approach as you go, you COULD (one day) achieve financial freedom or at the very least some extra cash …………

I’ve sorted the posts in order of the steps to take (for now) – I might update the sort order later but as the intention is to take everyone along a journey of sequential steps I thought it would make sense to keep it this way – subscribe below if you don’t want to miss a post.

I’m not selling this info – it’s given away free – no signup required – but it would be cool if you took a look at the merchandise I AM selling – and even better if you bought some, knowing you have my eternal gratitude for supporting those of us that are struggling self employed during these strage times 🙏

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