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Make Money and Live Better

The Side Hustle is for people who want or need to earn some extra money outside of their day jobs.

Maybe you need a few extra dollars to make ends meet. Maybe you want to pay off debt.

Maybe you want to save for a rainy day or for your children’s education.

Maybe you just want to treat yourself to a nice vacation or a new car without feeling guilty about it.

Maybe you’re looking for a way out of the corporate world, an escape plan. That’s the ultimate financial freedom, right?

That’s how I got started down this entrepreneurial path, and it’s the best choice I ever made.

You’re willing to work for it because your future is worth working for.

But your time is limited, and you may not know where to start. There are a million and one ways to “make money online” and everyone wants to sell you their “proven system for Internet riches.” It’s hard to tell what’s a scam and what’s legit.

Real-World Examples

This book offers real-world examples of how regular people just like you and me are earning side hustle income outside of traditional employment. Many have even turned these part-time ventures into full-time businesses, throwing off the shackles of their corporate overlords for good.

And the cool thing is, there are no special technical skills or prerequisites to get started with any of the ideas presented. Most don’t require any big scary upfront investment.

(If you’re a fan of Chris Guillebeau, Pat Flynn, or Tim Ferriss, you’ll love this!)

My Story

After college, I did what you’re supposed to do: I got a job.

The problem was almost immediately I found myself looking for a way out. It wasn’t that I hated the work or my coworkers, but it just wasn’t what I wanted to do with my life. The thought of spending my next 30 years there was terrifying.

So evenings and weekends I turned my attention online. I’d been dabbling with building rudimentary websites, learning online advertising channels, and even running my own small marketing campaigns for other companies’ products to test the waters.

And that’s what The Side Hustle is about—finding a low-risk way make more money. Most entrepreneurship books assume you have limitless time and limitless startup capital, but I know from talking to thousands of side hustlers, that’s simply not the reality.

I started small and lean, but steadily built up my side hustle until I could say good-bye to corporate work.

You can do it, too. I’ll show you how.

What’s Inside?

If you’re looking for a get-rich-quick-scheme or the secret to overnight success, you won’t find it here. But what you will find are the “Big 3” side hustle business models you can take action on right away.

I’ve interviewed hundreds of profitable side hustlers on The Side Hustle Show to figure out how their businesses work, how they make money, and most importantly, how you can replicate their success.

How does an extra $1000 a month sound? I can tell you, this stuff works. (Side Hustle Nation took home the Plutus Foundation award for best Entrepreneurship content in both 2016 and 2018.)

In this book, you’ll meet these real-world side hustlers who built and sustained businesses they care about. They faced the same fears and uncertainties you’re wrestling with, but made something happen.

Now it’s your turn. What are you waiting for? The timing will never be perfect.
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steve123uk04/06/2020 08:37

In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a …In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a new skill, then you have no right to complain about your wages or opportunities you could have had. We all exchange time and knowledge/skill for moneyMy 'side hustle' developed into my business making 5x per year and working less, not being dictated to.It's what you do with your 'spare' time that matters, especially now


Alternatively, the world is really messed up right now and things are awful and stressful, and motivation is hard.
Don't feel bad if you come out of quarantine and can't speak 2 new languages and with 3 new businesses.
It's ok to get by.
steve123uk04/06/2020 08:37

In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a …In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a new skill, then you have no right to complain about your wages or opportunities you could have had. We all exchange time and knowledge/skill for moneyMy 'side hustle' developed into my business making 5x per year and working less, not being dictated to.It's what you do with your 'spare' time that matters, especially now


Here speaks a person who doesn't have to home school 3 young children, besides keeping them entertained, feeding them, cleaning up after them and also trying to spend some quality time with them.
Tunnel vision can be a terrible affliction.
steve123uk04/06/2020 09:15

And that's the mindset that 99% have.It's too hardI don't have timeI lack …And that's the mindset that 99% have.It's too hardI don't have timeI lack motivationWhat will others thinkI'll just get byIt's not for everyone granted, buy would you rather make an extra £200, £500, £1000 a monthOr make sure you've caught up with everything on Netflix


I'd rather spend time with my family than have an extra £200 a month to spend on stuff I probably don't need.

May be different for those without children and/or struggling to get by on their existing income.
Don't write a book about how to make money in your spare time, nobody will buy it, and you will have to give it away
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Maybe you want to get fired from your job? Please check your contract of employment, most have moonlighting clauses...
zcaprd704/06/2020 00:01

Maybe you want to get fired from your job? Please check your contract of …Maybe you want to get fired from your job? Please check your contract of employment, most have moonlighting clauses...


Lol
This is a steal at £0.00 (£7.99 off rrp)!

Thanks.
zcaprd704/06/2020 00:01

Maybe you want to get fired from your job? Please check your contract of …Maybe you want to get fired from your job? Please check your contract of employment, most have moonlighting clauses...


I very much doubt this would be an issue for the vast majority of people. The one exception would be if you are directly competing with your employer or using their intellectual property.
Thank you. Will give this a read.
Brackon8204/06/2020 06:24

I very much doubt this would be an issue for the vast majority of people. …I very much doubt this would be an issue for the vast majority of people. The one exception would be if you are directly competing with your employer or using their intellectual property.


I think one of the other reasons it is in most contracts is that it will likely affect your performance at work if you have been up all night 3D printing gardening tools to sell on eBay
Don't write a book about how to make money in your spare time, nobody will buy it, and you will have to give it away
In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a new skill, then you have no right to complain about your wages or opportunities you could have had.

We all exchange time and knowledge/skill for money

My 'side hustle' developed into my business making 5x per year and working less, not being dictated to.

It's what you do with your 'spare' time that matters, especially now
steve123uk04/06/2020 08:37

In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a …In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a new skill, then you have no right to complain about your wages or opportunities you could have had. We all exchange time and knowledge/skill for moneyMy 'side hustle' developed into my business making 5x per year and working less, not being dictated to.It's what you do with your 'spare' time that matters, especially now


Alternatively, the world is really messed up right now and things are awful and stressful, and motivation is hard.
Don't feel bad if you come out of quarantine and can't speak 2 new languages and with 3 new businesses.
It's ok to get by.
Thanks
zcaprd704/06/2020 00:01

Maybe you want to get fired from your job? Please check your contract of …Maybe you want to get fired from your job? Please check your contract of employment, most have moonlighting clauses...


I work for a University but also coach tennis at the weekends. Not a problem as long as it doesn't compete with your day job etc
gomugomu04/06/2020 08:56

Alternatively, the world is really messed up right now and things are …Alternatively, the world is really messed up right now and things are awful and stressful, and motivation is hard. Don't feel bad if you come out of quarantine and can't speak 2 new languages and with 3 new businesses.It's ok to get by.


Stop worrying about the world, and focus on yourself and what you can do to make your life better
gomugomu04/06/2020 08:56

Alternatively, the world is really messed up right now and things are …Alternatively, the world is really messed up right now and things are awful and stressful, and motivation is hard. Don't feel bad if you come out of quarantine and can't speak 2 new languages and with 3 new businesses.It's ok to get by.


And that's the mindset that 99% have.

It's too hard
I don't have time
I lack motivation
What will others think
I'll just get by

It's not for everyone granted, buy would you rather make an extra £200, £500, £1000 a month

Or make sure you've caught up with everything on Netflix
I just hustle my family members
The side hustle is pointless, it'll disappear after a few scrolls on HUKD.
steve123uk04/06/2020 09:15

And that's the mindset that 99% have.It's too hardI don't have timeI lack …And that's the mindset that 99% have.It's too hardI don't have timeI lack motivationWhat will others thinkI'll just get byIt's not for everyone granted, buy would you rather make an extra £200, £500, £1000 a monthOr make sure you've caught up with everything on Netflix


I'd rather spend time with my family than have an extra £200 a month to spend on stuff I probably don't need.

May be different for those without children and/or struggling to get by on their existing income.
steve123uk04/06/2020 08:37

In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a …In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a new skill, then you have no right to complain about your wages or opportunities you could have had. We all exchange time and knowledge/skill for moneyMy 'side hustle' developed into my business making 5x per year and working less, not being dictated to.It's what you do with your 'spare' time that matters, especially now


Here speaks a person who doesn't have to home school 3 young children, besides keeping them entertained, feeding them, cleaning up after them and also trying to spend some quality time with them.
Tunnel vision can be a terrible affliction.
SamH8504/06/2020 09:05

I work for a University but also coach tennis at the weekends. Not a …I work for a University but also coach tennis at the weekends. Not a problem as long as it doesn't compete with your day job etc


Well, good for you and your individual circumstances and contract, I talk from bitter personal experience... In most case you can just tell your employer what you're up to, and they're fine, but some nefarious ones will use it if they need to conjure up a reason to fire you!
Damojb04/06/2020 10:21

Here speaks a person who doesn't have to home school 3 young children, …Here speaks a person who doesn't have to home school 3 young children, besides keeping them entertained, feeding them, cleaning up after them and also trying to spend some quality time with them. Tunnel vision can be a terrible affliction.


Wow, must have forgotten that I have twins aged 8 who are off school, feeding them, cleaning up after them and spending quality time with them.

Did you not read that I earn more but work less?

Being judgemental or presuming, is a terrible trait
Edited by: "steve123uk" 4th Jun
steve123uk04/06/2020 10:38

Wow, must have forgotten that I have twins aged 8 who are off school, …Wow, must have forgotten that I have twins aged 8 who are off school, feeding them, cleaning up after them and spending quality time with them.Did you not read that I earn more but work less?Being judgemental or presuming, is a terrible trait


Firstly, I'm doing all of the above pretty much alone as my wife is a key worker, secondly, the point I'm trying to make is that some people under lockdown, such as myself have even less time than when I was working. Your original post didn't take into account a wide variety of circumstances people find themselves in and implied folks were wasting their time and were fools for not taking on something new or stretching themselves. It's was a very one size fits all statement.
steve123uk04/06/2020 08:37

In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a …In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a new skill, then you have no right to complain about your wages or opportunities you could have had. We all exchange time and knowledge/skill for moneyMy 'side hustle' developed into my business making 5x per year and working less, not being dictated to.It's what you do with your 'spare' time that matters, especially now


Do you sell on eBay/ amazon? I’m trying to look at something - just not sure where, I don’t want to pay for a course that teaches me how to sell
steve123uk04/06/2020 08:37

In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a …In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a new skill, then you have no right to complain about your wages or opportunities you could have had. We all exchange time and knowledge/skill for moneyMy 'side hustle' developed into my business making 5x per year and working less, not being dictated to.It's what you do with your 'spare' time that matters, especially now


In all seriousness, that’s extremely harsh and reeks of privilege. Have some compassion as @gomugomu suggests. The real world is not an equitable place where we all start from the same starting line. Especially right now.

Yes, we should all try to better ourselves, a little bit more each day. That’s a noble goal. However, 388,353 PEOPLE have died in this pandemic, nearly 40,000 here in the UK. The second wave IS coming, and like the first, it will hit marginalised communities harder.

Plus anyone who isn’t experiencing extremes of emotion or exacerbated mental health issues is not paying attention. If you have the capacity to learn a new skill — kudos to you. But if your family is fed and watered and haven’t burnt the house down, and no one has gone to hospital, that is also a win. Some people are just barely surviving, physically, emotionally, financially. So folks are GRIEVING for loved ones they didn’t say goodbye to. Don’t victimise any of them further by assuming it’s their own ‘fault’ for ‘lacking motivation.’ Just. Don’t.
Edited by: "Poly_Tribe" 4th Jun
Damojb04/06/2020 11:50

Firstly, I'm doing all of the above pretty much alone as my wife is a key …Firstly, I'm doing all of the above pretty much alone as my wife is a key worker, secondly, the point I'm trying to make is that some people under lockdown, such as myself have even less time than when I was working. Your original post didn't take into account a wide variety of circumstances people find themselves in and implied folks were wasting their time and were fools for not taking on something new or stretching themselves. It's was a very one size fits all statement.


Was it a blanket statement? Try reading it again

It was for people that are not happy with thier existing wages or think they should/can do better.

If you have the spare time now and the above applies you'll probably never get another time like this (and in many cases, being paid to sit at home)

I also said - it's not for everyone, granted

I don't know if you've got kids but what happends from 9pm-11pm for example after they've gone to bed? 2 hours a day mon-fri is 10 hours a week. You can do a lot in 10 hours to further or better yourself should you want/choose to
ureds04/06/2020 09:23

I'd rather spend time with my family than have an extra £200 a month to …I'd rather spend time with my family than have an extra £200 a month to spend on stuff I probably don't need.May be different for those without children and/or struggling to get by on their existing income.


Or use the extra £200 a month to invest and retire early. Plenty more time to spend then
Comments seem to have taken a slightly wrong turn. Anyone able to comment on the book itself? Have you read it and willing to give an opinion?
cmcnally8704/06/2020 18:24

Or use the extra £200 a month to invest and retire early. Plenty more time …Or use the extra £200 a month to invest and retire early. Plenty more time to spend then


If you make it to retirement. There's always the risk you overwork yourself silly and never get to enjoy that.
steve123uk04/06/2020 12:05

Was it a blanket statement? Try reading it againIt was for people that are …Was it a blanket statement? Try reading it againIt was for people that are not happy with thier existing wages or think they should/can do better.If you have the spare time now and the above applies you'll probably never get another time like this (and in many cases, being paid to sit at home)I also said - it's not for everyone, grantedI don't know if you've got kids but what happends from 9pm-11pm for example after they've gone to bed? 2 hours a day mon-fri is 10 hours a week. You can do a lot in 10 hours to further or better yourself should you want/choose to


Are you sure you should be spending the time posting this? Shouldn't you be using the time to better yourself?
This comments thread got real heavy real quick. You wanna make a few extra quid in your spare time? Maybe read this freebie. If not, don't.
Keep the dream alive, people.
I read a good book once. had insight from carers and nurses who care for people in their last moments. They all commented how, in patient's final hours and when asked about their lives, no one wished they had worked more. Every single person wishes they spent more time with those close to them and many commented on how they wished they hadn't cared so much about what others thought of them.

Can't remember what the book was called though.
Edited by: "Phlop0" 4th Jun
Phlop004/06/2020 19:59

I read a good book once. had insight from carers and nurses who care for …I read a good book once. had insight from carers and nurses who care for people in their last moments. They all commented how, in patient's final hours and when asked about their lives, no one wished they had worked more. Every single person wishes they spent more time with those close to them and many commented on how they wished they hadn't cared so much about what others thought of them. Can't remember what the book was called though.


Doesn't matter what the book was called - you summed it up perfectly. 100% spot on.
Why are people coming to a thread about a side hustle book to complain they haven’t got time to side hustle and bash ppl who side hustle?
steve123uk04/06/2020 08:37

In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a …In all seriousness, if you're not using this time to develop or learn a new skill, then you have no right to complain about your wages or opportunities you could have had. We all exchange time and knowledge/skill for moneyMy 'side hustle' developed into my business making 5x per year and working less, not being dictated to.It's what you do with your 'spare' time that matters, especially now


I somewhat agree, if you can - it may be worth future proofing yourself in what could turn out to be a difficult job market. But not everyone is an entrepreneur.

Even if you are, there are existential risks and possible traps.

Once you've bought the house and got enough to live on comfortably for the rest of your life, what then? My side hustle also grew very well, I realised a couple of years in I had plenty and that effectively I'd created a new job for myself. One that while much higher earning, wasn't really as much fun or meaningful as my day job. And why was I accumulating more money anyhow?

I've done enough travel in my day jobs to know I did not really want to do it as a hobby. I'd got all of the stuff I needed and while I could start thinking about expensive cars etc I wasn't really interested. And it turned out the things I really enjoyed doing, didn't cost very much anyhow. If you start asking why you are doing something enough times, the answers start to become interesting.

The answer, for me, was the slowly wind down the no longer fun business, reduce my hours at work so I had more time to experiment with things similar to those I enjoyed doing, or for a challenge - the polar opposite.
jp201604/06/2020 20:33

Why are people coming to a thread about a side hustle book to complain …Why are people coming to a thread about a side hustle book to complain they haven’t got time to side hustle and bash ppl who side hustle?


It’s not about the side hustle, it’s more about the attitude. Their post made it sound like you become rich when you learn a new skill but in reality it isn’t as simple as that. Many people are also facing hardship at the moment so it’s a little insensitive too as it comes across as bragging about their income. Not everyone can devote the time to side hustling (perhaps they will one day) and some people are working harder now than before. Having said that if you don’t make the time for side hustling you’ll never know how successful you would have been. I believe a lot of regret is based on what could have been too. I agree with the principles of the poster but not with the way they communicated it.
jp201604/06/2020 20:33

Why are people coming to a thread about a side hustle book to complain …Why are people coming to a thread about a side hustle book to complain they haven’t got time to side hustle and bash ppl who side hustle?


I think this is one of the rare occasions an adult conversation can take place in a hukd comments section.
This book will be attractive to a lot of different people feeling pressures to earn more or climb the ladder or whatever you want to call it.

But we live in an odd world where a person's success is more often than not measured by their job, salary, material ownership, etc etc but very rarely is success seen as simply being content, being a good parent who puts their family first or whatever.

Another good book is The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck.
Digitaleclipse04/06/2020 20:52

It’s not about the side hustle, it’s more about the attitude. Their post ma …It’s not about the side hustle, it’s more about the attitude. Their post made it sound like you become rich when you learn a new skill but in reality it isn’t as simple as that. Many people are also facing hardship at the moment so it’s a little insensitive too as it comes across as bragging about their income. Not everyone can devote the time to side hustling (perhaps they will one day) and some people are working harder now than before. Having said that if you don’t make the time for side hustling you’ll never know how successful you would have been. I believe a lot of regret is based on what could have been too. I agree with the principles of the poster but not with the way they communicated it.


I didn’t read it the way you did. If you’re offended then just click away.

A friend once said to me, if you’re annoyed with something, think to yourself if in a years time will you still be annoyed by it/remember it. Most of the stuff we all get angry about is irrelevant & just in that moment.
Phlop004/06/2020 21:01

I think this is one of the rare occasions an adult conversation can take … I think this is one of the rare occasions an adult conversation can take place in a hukd comments section.This book will be attractive to a lot of different people feeling pressures to earn more or climb the ladder or whatever you want to call it. But we live in an odd world where a person's success is more often than not measured by their job, salary, material ownership, etc etc but very rarely is success seen as simply being content, being a good parent who puts their family first or whatever. Another good book is The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck.


I like the sound of that book, will take a look.

I don’t necessarily think working hard to earn & putting your family first are mutually exclusive ideas.

I’m not offended or annoyed at all. What I’m saying is success isn’t as simple as learning a skill and not everyone can or wants to become a success entrepreneur. It’s like the difference between theory and reality. I respect those who work hard to achieve their goals but simply working hard does not guarantee results.
Digitaleclipse04/06/2020 21:49

I’m not offended or annoyed at all. What I’m saying is success isn’t as sim …I’m not offended or annoyed at all. What I’m saying is success isn’t as simple as learning a skill and not everyone can or wants to become a success entrepreneur. It’s like the difference between theory and reality. I respect those who work hard to achieve their goals but simply working hard does not guarantee results.


Ok, this isn’t a deal for you then.
steve123uk04/06/2020 09:15

And that's the mindset that 99% have.It's too hardI don't have timeI lack …And that's the mindset that 99% have.It's too hardI don't have timeI lack motivationWhat will others thinkI'll just get byIt's not for everyone granted, buy would you rather make an extra £200, £500, £1000 a monthOr make sure you've caught up with everything on Netflix


You're a bit of a dick aren't you?
ns643704/06/2020 23:06

You're a bit of a dick aren't you?


Truth is often a hard pill to swallow
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