With millions of resources and tools to "help" you grow a business, how do you know which ones will actually be worth the time to set up or the money you pay each month? Today's episode will help you get started on the right foot.
If you think the first steps to starting your side-business include building a website, printing business cards, or getting a shiny new logo, we've got news for you—you're dead wrong. We explain why in today's episode.
We're back with an all-new season of 'Sidegig' and today we catch up after a long break between seasons PLUS we share some of our top tips for places you can actually get work done on your side-hustle.
Here's what you can expect from Ryan, Ian, and Preston in Season one of Millo's new podcast, Sidegig.
In episode one, we discuss why everyone (yes, especially you with a desk job) should have a side-hustle. From added confidence, to more money, and lots of reasons you may not think of on your own, if you're not hustling on the side quite yet, this episode will have you convinced.
If you're convinced starting a business on the side is the right decision but you're not sure where to start on ideas, this episode is for you. It's not an exhaustive list, but it's a list that'll get you thinking and make it easier to start right away.
in this episode, we dive deep into Ryan's story. From college student to failed inventor to $160,000-per-year side-hustler, you'll learn exactly how Ryan has achieved expert status in his field, getting published in places like Inc, Forbes, and more.
Ian worked at a creative agency when he started his Twitter account, @Logo_Geek. Now, with a group of over 80,000 highly engaged followers, he lands speaking gigs, judging opportunities, and enough logo work to give him the confidence he needed to quit his day job.
Preston is the founder of Millo (the company that produces this podcast). In this episode you'll hear all about how Preston went from experimenting with blogging as a poor college student to bringing in more revenue on his side-business than he does at his desk job.
If the thought of adding one more thing to your plate makes you curl up on the floor and rock back and forth, this episode is for you. Here's how each of the three Sidegig co-hosts balance a side business with family, work, volunteer obligations, and more.
In the final episode of season 1, we answer the question: should you tell your boss you have a side-business? And the real answers we give might just surprise you.