After working in an office for years, you’re thinking about striking out on your own. Once you’ve reached your twenties or thirties, you’ve established yourself as an accomplished young professional. But how should you go about starting a business? You could consider opening an ecommerce shop!
shouldn’t! Even if you hold a physical, mental, or communicative disability, you can achieve your dream of running for office if you’re passionate about the cause, have a meaningful story to share with the community, and have a great political team to assist you in launching your campaign. The Side Hustle Journey presents some tips on assembling a winning team, appealing to local voters with disabilities, and launching your political campaign!
According to estimates, there are 15 million home-based businesses in the United States. Some small business owners shy away from taking home office deductions because they fear it will trigger an audit by the IRS. However, you should take the deduction if you qualify for it.
Life planning is a long-term undertaking that often requires assistance and guidance from financial advisors. While it may be helpful — and necessary — to bring in professionals for investment advice and legal document drafts, there are a lot of things you can take care of on your own to help secure your financial future.
A home office should be quiet and distraction free. Unfortunately, that’s difficult to achieve when your family is home while you work. If your home lacks a dedicated office or spare bedroom, look to out-of-the-way spaces like attics, basements, and garages.
If you’re a senior entrepreneur that wants to generate more business, The Side Hustle Journey has some marketing tips that can help.
but also an enjoyable way to generate a new revenue stream. Of course, most people don’t have the slightest idea as to what goes into flipping houses or where to even start.
Guest blog by Bob Shannon Retirement is that magical time in life when you are no longer burdened by the demands of work and finally have time to do the things you enjoy. Sometimes that means moving to a new home that can accommodate your needs and interests. Rather than downsizing, this adjustment may require … Continue reading Right-Sizing into Your Retirement Home
Almost two years after I started to write in my spare time what was just going to be a business ebook, my paperback book got published today. It’s called Everything I Learned About Sales I Learned From My Dog. It is featured in the Austin Arboretum Barnes and Noble in the Local Author section (I'm … Continue reading I published my first book
Some days are harder than others to motivate ourselves to work on our side hustles. I know this from experience. I started hustling almost three years ago and haven’t made any money yet. I am going to emphasize yet as I am 100% convinced I can do this. The reasons that I am doing this … Continue reading 20 Side Hustle Quotes To Keep You Motivated