When I was a full-time employee, my husband and I decided to launch a side hustle to help us increase our income so that we could pay off debt faster.
As an experienced side hustler, it was easy for us to get started. But I know that beginner side hustlers might be a little overwhelmed at first. That’s why I created this series of blog posts, Side Hustle U.
If you’re new to side hustling or you’d like to transition to another side hustle, consider these posts to help you get started.
- The One Thing You Need to Know Before You Start a Side Hustle
- Establishing Focused Blocks of Time for Your Side Hustle
- Create a SMART Goal for Your Side Hustle
- Leverage Your Strengths & Experiences to Start Your Side Hustle
- How to Conquer the Fear You Have About Selling
- Researching Side Hustle Ideas
- Choosing a Niche for Your Side Hustle
- How to Get Your Name Out There
Once you’ve finished reading and researching, it’ll be decision time — it’ll be time to pick a side hustle to try.
For some people, starting a side hustle is exciting. For some, it can be a little nerve-racking. Either way, it’ll be a GREAT day because it’ll be the day you take action on those goals you established.
I’ve made some big changes in the last year, changes that were both scary and exhilarating at the same time. Around the time I decided to leave my job in favor of growing our side business, I saw this video from Steve Harvey.
After taping Family Feud, Steve Harvey had some encouraging words for the studio audience about taking a leap of faith. Steve Harvey encouraged the audience to start identifying their gifts and then using these gifts to create success.
If you have a couple of minutes and you’re getting ready to jump into a side hustle, watch this video.