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Michael O’Neal is one of the most well-known podcasters in the world of independent entrepreneurship. His show, The Solopreneur Hour reaches a massive audience and Michael himself has become one of the most well-known and highly respected hosts around. And it’s […]

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From Fortune 500 companies and failed startups to building a successful business on their terms, episode 8 of Freelance to Founder introduces you to Corbett Barr and Chase Reeves of Fizzle.co. To discover the mindset of a successful online business […]

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You’ve witnessed numerous tricks people use to look smart in a meeting. Sarah Cooper wrote a book about it. The hilarious “100 Ideas to Look Smart in Meetings” hit bookstores in October 2016 and is still on the bestseller list. […]

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Phil Gerbyshak grew up in a town of 896 people in northern Wisconsin. He thought he was going to go on to be a professional baseball player, but a car accident while still in high school quickly changed Phil’s plans. […]

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Becca Courtice wasn’t always a creative. In her early life, she was a sports nut and after university she became a project manager. What does she do now? She’s a highly-successful, full-time calligraphy instructor. Episode 5 of Freelance to Founder […]

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When you have your side hustle ready to go and you’ve got a plan, there are still some practicalities that have to be dealt with…like your boss. You’ll need to carefully navigate your employment contracts, decide how to tell your […]

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Caleb Wojcik wanted nothing to do with the entrepreneurial world. Caleb grew up knowing what it took to be an entrepreneur. His mother worked in a hospital, but his father made his living as an entrepreneur. For Caleb, the life […]

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When we first reached out to the Millo community for questions to discuss on our Sidegig podcast, one of the most commonly asked questions was: “If I’m working at a 9-5 job and I want to build a business AND […]

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“Out of necessity, ideas are born.” This is the philosophy AshLee Winterrose of Hide-A-Boo Hideouts lives by. AshLee is a mother, wife, and kindergarten teacher. And now, an entrepreneur who has started a company that’s all about children and family. […]

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In episode 5 of SideGig, we interview show host Preston D Lee, the founder of this website, Millo. Preston grew Millo (the site you’re on right now), a highly successful blog and community, all while working in a full-time online marketing position, […]

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Clay Mosley was fired from every job he ever held. His first job out of college was working as an insurance fraud investigator. It didn’t take long to realize that job wasn’t for him. For the next 10 years, Clay […]

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Sean McCabe has always loved learning. As the oldest of 13 children (9 boys and 4 girls), Sean spent his early education in homeschool. In his family, learning on your own was encouraged. Sean soon found himself a voracious reader […]

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What’s your passion? Do you have a talent that you wish could turn into a full-time side gig? In our fourth episode of SideGig, we’ll show you how one man took his passion and turned it into a successful business. […]

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Many of us spend 40 to 50 hours a week in an office. But what are you doing with the rest of your time? You need to prioritize where you’re spending your time before and after your day job in order […]

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So you’re ready to finally dive in and actually start a side-hustle. You’re excited about the idea of more side-money, more stability, less dependence on your day job. But…where do you actually start when it comes to building a successful […]

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Season 1 of Sidegig is sponsored by Freshbooks: the #1 invoicing software for freelancers and side-hustlers. To take your sidegig to the next level with Freshbooks, visit Freshbooks.com/Sidegig and enter “sidegig” in the ‘how did you hear about us?’ section. It’s official! […]

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Quitting your day job cold-turkey and starting your own business is way more risk than I think anyone should take. There’s a learning curve to running a business. It takes time, patience, and a lot of hard work. (PS: don’t […]

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A few days ago, Millo published an article titled “5 Questions to Common Freelance Design Questions“. This podcast (the first of Millo’s audio podcasts) will elaborate on 5 more common freelance design questions. Have a listen and leave your comments […]

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