Should you just give up on your side-hustle? (Sidegig 2.8)

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What if you’ve been building your side-business for a while now and you’re just not seeing the traction you had hoped for?

Should you throw in the towel?

Quit?

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Give up?

That’s the discussion we get into on today’s episode of Sidegig—and it’s an eye-opening conversation for anyone who feels like they’re stuck in a rut with their business.


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As you’ll hear in the episode (and here’s a big spoiler) none of us actually want you to quit your side-hustle. None of us think it’s a good idea to just give up.

So what do we recommend instead?

A pivot.

Ryan has some incredible advice about pivoting your marketing and brand. And Ian shares some really personal stories about his need to pivot and take his side-hustle more seriously.

It’s a conversation you’ve really go to hear.

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And until next season, best of luck in all your side-hustle endeavors!

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