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The following are seven ways to start a business without quitting your job. Turn your hobby into a business First off, starting a business is going to take a lot of your time. So, you might as well do something you enjoy. Take a look at how you spend your free time. What are you really passionate about? Maybe it's cooking.
Now, find a way to make money doing it. Can you start a blog? Document your creation process and write about the food you cook. You do it anyway, so it should be fun to share your skills with the world. And you'll probably meet others who share your passions. Better yet, can you sell a recipe ebook? If cooking isn't your thing, find out what is and find a way to make money doing it. It won't even feel like work.
Focus on product, not services A lot of employees' first thought is to take the skills they use in the business world and to offer them as a consultant-in short, to build a service business.
The problem with a service business, especially if it's on the side, is that you don't own a business-you simply own a job. Services are a tough business because you have to sell your time. If you're not working, you're not making money.
And when you work full-time, pulling long freelance hours is a surefire way to burnout. Rather than sell services, figure out a way to create a product. If it's consulting, put together a course that you can sell.
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Or if you're a writer, create books that you can sell. The trick is to look at what services you can provide and find the product angle. If you can do that, you'll be making money even when you're not working. That's a true side hustle. Learn how to invest Another way to build a great side business is to build an investing business.
A know a couple, for instance who have a passion for real estate. Together, they've learned how to find the perfect single-family houses to turn into room shares. So far, while working full-time, they've downloadd six houses.
Each one cash flows significantly thanks to their business model, and better yet, they're paying off the debt on their assets. It's their retirement plan to have a portfolio of cash-flowing houses that are completely paid off. This requires some time investing in your financial education, as well as making it a priority to save money for investing, but once you get in the game, the sky is the limit.
And it can all be done easily in your free time. Work on your business, not in it The temptation for those running a side business is to do all the work themselves. But a much better way is to find quality contractors or even an employee or two who can work in the business so you can spend your time managing them and building the business. For instance, I know a writer who frequently takes on freelance jobs, sub-contracts them to a team of writers, reviews the final product, and enjoys the profit margin.
In this way, he can do multiple jobs that he could never do on his own, each making money while he works as an employee during the day.Ray Dalio.
Slight obsessions include: antipasto, social media domination, and helping job seekers score the career of their dreams. This is bull. The title should be at least 4 characters long. John Carreyrou. Most businesses fail, and most entrepreneurs end up going back to work.
Your final weeks at your job should be spent training the new hire. This requires some time investing in your financial education, as well as making it a priority to save money for investing, but once you get in the game, the sky is the limit. This should go without saying, but unfortunately, it needs to be said.