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Side Hustle Series

Social Side Hustle Suggestions: Interact With People And Get Out & About In The World

Too often, the perception of a side hustle is that you pick a task that you can only do from home in between your other responsibilities. Something that means to make money, you have to shut yourself away from the world. However, this is not the case. In fact, there are plenty of side hustles that can help get you out and about in the world, and interacting with lots of people. Just read on to find out what they are. 

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Side hustle that is profitable
Career Change, Entrepreneur's Workplace, Side Hustle Series

Side Hustles That Might Be More Profitable Than You Thought

If you discover that you are in need of some extra cash, there are many ways of approaching this issue. No matter how much you might need to get in on the side. You will find that there are many kinds of side hustles which you can consider trying out for yourself and are indeed profitable.

Which one you’ll want to go for very much depends on how much spare time you have, what your own particular skills are, and other things besides. But something that is clearly important is the matter of how profitable the side venture is.

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How to Sell your side-hustle
Career Change, Entrepreneur's Workplace, Side Hustle Series

If You Can Follow A Recipe, You Can Sell Your Side Hustle

Approximately two months ago, I received a direct message from someone on Instagram and he said something along the lines of: “what do you do, I mean your real job?” This meant about three things, either he doesn’t take my blogging path as a career, he’s never visited my blog before to have an idea of what other things I do, or I had to sell myself.

And what did he mean by ‘real job’? Was blogging or creating videos a ‘fake job’? Jeez. This is a job as we now have countless social media gurus and other people who make a living off of the internet.

After a quick research and a bit of pondering, I was sure of one thing. I didn’t have to sell myself to him.

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