In this episode, I’m excited to welcome Pascal Poredda onto the podcast. Pascal dropped me an email after listening to one of my episodes. I always ask for feedback and Pascal was kind enough to give me his thoughts. We got chatting and had a few catch-ups over zoom and it was great to hear … Read more#53 – Trying different side hustles at the same time to see which “stick” with Pascal Poredda
You’ve been able to hit that first milestone. The most rewarding part of working on a side hustle. Getting that first paying customer. How do you get to the next level? It’s hard, working 9-5, having something that could work and grow into what you want. What do you focus your attention on to grow, … Read more#52 – You’ve got your first paying customer. What the hell do you do next to scale it up?
In this episode, I’m excited to welcome Chris Hutchings of eOpinion onto the podcast. Chris started eOpinion back in 2015 and always thought it forever be a side hustle. Bringing in a bit of extra cash each month, instead of his sole focus. Being torn between an excellent job, and eOpinion growing and demanding more … Read more#51 – Having to pick between a 9-5 and your side hustle and be careful with your ‘personal brand’ with Chris Hutchings
How do you get you and your product out there when starting it? It’s a scary thought, using social media to promote yourself. How do you even know where to begin? I had a bit of a lightbulb moment back in May/June of 2020. I heard someone say “start creating content for the platform you … Read more#50 – Getting out of your comfort zone by creating content on the platform you consume the most
In this episode, I’m excited to welcome another guest onto the podcast, James Mulvany. I’ve had the pleasure of using one of James’ platforms since starting Find Your Side Hustle. James is a serial entrepreneur and knew from the grand old age of 16 that he wanted to be his own boss. He got started … Read more#49 – Being able to execute on your ideas is key to your success with James Mulvany
What does “Personal Brand” even mean? Is it something that social media platforms have invented out of thin air any excuse to keep people on their platform? I’ve chatted about this loads. Promoting a side hustle is hard, well that’s what I’ve been finding. My default has always been to create a website for your … Read more#48 – Is “Personal Branding” a load of rubbish or can it help you promote your side hustle – Part 1
In this episode, I’m excited to welcome another guest onto the podcast, Sim Dhami. Sim and I met at a networking event and started chatting on LinkedIn. One day Sim commented on a post of mine, saying how he believed in setting intentions on your “days off” that could help you in the week ahead. … Read more#47 – How small intentions everyday can set you up for the week ahead and long term success with Sim Dhami
What the hell is the “Sunk Cost Fallacy” when it’s at home. Something a lot of people ask. If you have spent weeks, months, years trying to get a side hustle off the ground, it can be tough to step back and look at what you’re doing objectively. In this episode, I discuss my experience … Read more#46 – The “sunk cost fallacy”, should you keep pushing on with something or drop it completely?
In this episode, I’m excited to welcome another guest onto the podcast, Tobi Oluwole. Tobi currently works for the giant that is Shopify. However, he has developed an amazing training program that helps others come up with a side hustle idea and get it out to the world in less than 8 weeks. That’s amazing. … Read more#45 – Start out by working on your business, not in your business with Tobi Oluwole
People always ask “So, what market research have you done”. This question makes my piss boil. When you’re trying to get a side hustle off the ground, you haven’t the time, money, motivation, or resources to do full-blown market research. You may or may not have a list of customers, probably not if you are … Read more#44 – Market research! It is worth the effort, or is it a complete waste of time?