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Fresh "Hustle" from The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

00:27 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Hustle" from The Dan Bongino Show

"Social media drive Chicago Saturday mornings at 8 on the big 89 WLS WLS news time is 1222 and I 55 southbound We have an earlier accident that's slowing things down at lockport rolled This is a SUV rolled over into the trees And then we also have a reported stone the left lane of the Dan Ryan outbound express lanes at 47th street will bring another traffic update 15 minutes Balance of The only thing better than grand and all night for your side hustle is your roommate.

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"hustle" Discussed on Ear Hustle

Ear Hustle

02:11 min | Last month

"hustle" Discussed on Ear Hustle

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"hustle" Discussed on Ear Hustle

Ear Hustle

02:44 min | Last month

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Ear Hustle

01:51 min | Last month

"hustle" Discussed on Ear Hustle

"Hey, this is erline here. And this is Nigel, and in case you haven't heard, we've got some big news. Our book is finally here. This is ear hustle, unflinching stories of everyday prison life is now on sale and available at your favorite booksellers. In the book, we talk about how each of us got to San Quentin, how ear hustle came to be, and we share brand new stories, never heard on the show. And we want everyone to read this book and get up on game of how we created it all. And we would love to see photos of our listeners with a book. You know, like reading it, traveling with it or at your local book store. You can send them to info at your hustle as Q dot com and we might just share your photo on social media. You can buy this is ear hustle now and please don't forget to email us your photo. Yeah, we really want to post them and celebrate with you all. I mean, erlan, air hustle would not be what it is without our listeners, and now our readers. So, send your photo to info at your hustle, sq dot com. And erlang, if you're gonna travel with the book, where would you go? I would probably travel to Dubai. Swanky..

Former Officer Brandon Tatum Describes the Driving Force Behind the War on Police

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Former Officer Brandon Tatum Describes the Driving Force Behind the War on Police

"We obviously see a war on police and it's going in different in every community. What do you think is the main driving force behind that? Because it's not even that popular in the black community to get rid of police. Well, you know, I think that it's political. A lot of people like to promote something that make you feel good to get you emotionally charged, and it has no real positive effect. There is no rational reason to defund police in any circumstance. If anything, they want to fund the police for the things that they complain about. You want to get them better training. You want to make sure they're equipped, you want to be able to hire more police officers who are qualified, who represent the community. So I think it's our political, man. I think that when black people get killed by police, there's an emotional charge, and there's an emotional financial benefit. You get people charged up, people make a lot of money that's invested in race hustle. And I think they use that to get leverage to votes and but they don't have a solid real perspective.

McAuliffe Hopes Joe Biden Can Spark Struggling Campaign

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:01 min | 3 months ago

McAuliffe Hopes Joe Biden Can Spark Struggling Campaign

"So America, Joe Biden, you go out there and vote for Terry mccaul and Joe Biden after last night's rally. There was a, quote, rally. Let me show you a couple of pictures, put up by our friend Mac. Here is the CBS picture of the rally that the president did with Terry mcauliffe in Virginia last night. If you're watching on YouTube, you can see that picture. I don't see it yet, so maybe it's stuck in the ether. But it looks like a good crowd. You don't even think, wow, wow, the president may have more hustle than we think. Maybe he's really good at it. Then you pan out. There's the first picture. That's the CBS News picture. Then you pan out, and they've taken over one corner of one tiny park in Virginia across the river from The White House. And they basically rounded up the locals and shuffled them into maybe 300 people there. That 300 people Dwayne, do you think that's 300 people? I'm not sure that that's 300 people. But the president, though, is simply out to lunch on this stuff. Here he is, last night, talking about blend young and who has clearly got the Democrat scared to death of winning an upset that would be an earthquake in America. Cut number 17. Jesse look how he's closing his campaign. He's gone from banning a woman's right to choose to banning books written by a Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize winning author. Toni Morrison. So if you talk about love, by the way, which I just finished recently and he's talking about not banning books, but about allowing parents to know which books are being read in what their messages are beloved as a fine book for teenagers to read and I'm sure glad you can would agree with that. But if you have to start what you're attacking opponent is saying, then you're responding to attacks two days before an election with a weak and unpopular president in a tiny park with nobody in it. And that means Terry mcauliffe is sucking air because people don't like Joe Biden

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Cam Atkinson scores 2 goals, Flyers beat Bruins 6-3

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Cam Atkinson scores 2 goals, Flyers beat Bruins 6-3

"One of the newest members of the flyers played a major role in their six three win over the Bruins cam Atkinson provided two goals and had the crowd going wild on his hustle and tumble tally fifty eight seconds into the third period for a four three lead he was acquired in an offseason deal with Columbus Chaka Tory and Joel Farabee each added a goal and assist for the flyers who also got goals from Travis connect me and Scott Laughton Martin Jones had a thirty seven shots for Philadelphia Brad Marchand Taylor hall and Karson Kuhlman scored for Boston I'm Dave Ferrie

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Nobel physics prize goes to 3 for climate discoveries

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Nobel physics prize goes to 3 for climate discoveries

"So the bill panel says physics when this ship crewman Ave and class hustle man laid the foundation of all knowledge of the earth's climate and how humanity influences it the panel says starting in the nineteen sixties when they demonstrated how increases in the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere with increased global temperatures laying the foundations the current climate models about a decade later hustle man created a model that links weather and climate helping explain why climate models can be reliable despite the seemingly chaotic nature of the weather he also developed ways to look for specific signs of human influence on the climate well the panel says the third winner Georgia Parisi by building a deep physical and mathematical model made it possible to understand complex systems in vehicles as different as mathematics biology neuroscience and machine learning I'm Charles that's my

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Mexican forces surround border migrant camp

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Mexican forces surround border migrant camp

"Mexican authorities are moving to expel Haitians who've been gathering in large numbers at a border town along the Rio Grande Haitian migrants who've been camping in Mexico in Riverside Park in C. data kuya awoke surrounded by Mexican security forces as a helicopter thundered overhead a fence line in a line of state police vehicles final migrants back to the crossing point they've been using all week dozens of families opted to hustle into the river and cross the border to Texas calculating it was better to take their chances with U. S. authorities three buses that have been waiting with National Guard troops in immigration agents left empty meanwhile Mexican National Guard immigration agents let overnight raids at hotels and see you dot com yeah we're Haitian migrants have been staying people were detained relate out with their hands secured behind our backs and loaded into a van local resident role on the Kerr said he thought the way immigration officials retreating nations was inhumane we are not discriminating but people are seeing us this way as if we are discriminating against them Mexico is flying plane loads of Haitian migrants to southern cities and trying to keep more from reaching the northern border I'm Jennifer king

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What All Americans Should Understand About Black Lives Matter

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:17 min | 5 months ago

What All Americans Should Understand About Black Lives Matter

"Couple of questions black lives matter. What should all americans understand about black lives matter. And where does it fit into america. Organically is it some big plots of the democrat party. Is it just another race hustle. Ethno business also from a new generation of of al sharpton 's or is it truly something organic that is headless like an amoeba way. Does it fit in. What should all americans irrespective of their mellon levels. Think of this thing. I consider The movement behind b. l. m. not a real estate investment vehicle to ensure that the founders can get up home about the house multi worth multiple millions but instead the analog to the militant wing of the d. n. c. for the latter part of the nineteenth century and for the early parts of the twentieth century. The klu klux klan operated to make sure that all americans remembered the messaging the importance of separation the importance of weaken get you. Wherever you are. We can stop that job. We can prevent that opportunity. Black lives matter is working with corporations. It is working with the media. It is working with the academy. It works with government. The sad thing about the bill in movement is it was is able to do out in the open with the klan had to do secretly that danger is something that i hope that we start seeing a pushback. I want to start seeing. And i hope that we start. Seeing companies have to apologize for being willing to associate with racial separatist like the black lives matter

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Biden: New Attack Against U.S. Forces in Kabul 'Highly Likely'

NBC Nightly News

01:36 min | 5 months ago

Biden: New Attack Against U.S. Forces in Kabul 'Highly Likely'

"To. The latest developments in afghanistan and president bides new warning that another ice. It's attack could happen there as soon as tomorrow. Alley mattel has late details. President joe biden warning that another terror attack in afghanistan is imminent the president in a statement. Saturday echoing warnings given to him by top. Us commanders that an attack is highly likely in the next twenty four to thirty six hours but they assured him they have all the authorities resources and plans to protect our men and women on the ground this after making good on his earlier. Promise for revenge we will hunt you down. Make you pay a us. Drone strike killed two high profile isis k. members and wounded one other according to the pentagon who described them as planners and facilitators of possible future attacks. The fact that two of these individuals are no law long longer. Walk in on the face of the earth. That's a good thing. Mr biden vowing today. This strike was not the last. But defense officials were tight-lipped on if these targets were involved in thursday's attack at the kabul airport and guarded about the strikes specific impact on isis capabilities. We aren't thinking for a minute that what happened yesterday gets us into clear. Not a minute. The us didn't alert any other countries to the strike beforehand including the taliban the taliban condemning the us attack calling it a direct violation of the sovereignty of our country meanwhile us forces hustling to evacuate personnel with the august thirty first deadline. Less than sixty hours away

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Remembering Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts

Perspective

02:02 min | 5 months ago

Remembering Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts

"Earlier this month. The rolling stones announced that drummer. charlie. Watts wouldn't be able to join the band as it kicked off. Twenty twenty one tour in north america. He was recovering from an unspecified medical procedure. The ban said this week. We learned of watts's death in a london hospital at the age of eighty in abandoned eclectic colorful characters. Watts was a steady force for both the stones and for rock and roll. Abc news entertainment producer. Matt wolf has more on his legacy jerry. Charlie watts once said in an interview that being drummer an outfit like the rolling stones like across between being an athlete and a total nervous wreck site. You wouldn't do it after watching him play with the world's greatest rock and roll band for over fifty years the of cool in grace behind his drum kits stage presence almost giving off this. Been there done that kind of vibe. That's because he did it so well. One of the food in playing. Dr never learned to fly a washer. A should have gone to school in announced do it and it would seem everything turned out just fine. There's charlie talking about his craft on the stones youtube channel. Now with a lot of people don't know is before joining the bad back in nineteen sixty three rock and roll was the furthest thing on his mind growing up in post world war two wembley in the uk. Charlie immersed himself in jazz recordings amassing a sizable collection of vinyl singles. Practicing his drumming skills to the sounds of charlie parker duke. Ellington elvin jones and johnny dodds. You'll young they have to learn volumes. Really one of the hogg thing to play with great intensity very clearly as a young man. He had a good thing going laying with local outfits and jazz and blues clubs in and around london while studying to be a graphic designer even securing a fulltime job at a london ad agency after college drumming became his side hustle.

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Side Hustling Habits That Helped Me Quit My Job

The $100 MBA Show

01:25 min | 5 months ago

Side Hustling Habits That Helped Me Quit My Job

"Let's talk about working on that side hustle. A business not going to build itself. You have to put in the time dedicated time. During the week i would spend about ninety minutes an hour to two hours on building. My side hustle. So gilmore on five probably done with dinner by six a relaxed for an hour and then from seven to nine ish. I would work on my side hustle. And then i would move on with the rest of the night go to bed start the next day very little wiggle room right very little time for dilly-dally i know but i knew this was gonna take for me to be able to build side hustle. That was gonna launch me into the next phase of my entrepreneurial career which is fulltime entrepreneurship. So i spent by ninety minutes every single day and i spent at least eight hours during the weekend so either one full day or four hours each day. Working on my side hustle. The reason why. I did it every day and not to say hey. I'm going to spend all weekend long and not do anything during the week is because it's again very important to have momentum to build upon something day after day if you forget about your business for a few days four five six days and then jump right back into it takes a while to get back into it and to remember what you where you left off and worded what to do you kind of lose focus so one of that momentum so i spent as much time as i can every day even sometimes just an hour but at least i can build upon the next

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Experiencing Network Marketing Month End Magic vs. Mania

Purposeful Social Selling

02:30 min | 5 months ago

Experiencing Network Marketing Month End Magic vs. Mania

"You can experience month end a completely different way without sacrificing your goal or your results because some people when i tell them hey you know what you don't have to hustle to get your results. Their brain kind of melts when they hear me say that because they assume when i say don't hustle they're assuming i'm saying slowdown stop working. Don't work so hard when really. it's about working from a different place. It's about being in a completely different state of mind in. It's about still doing the work and working smarter rather than harder. And i see most people default to working harder because they are in the month end mania rather than believing in the month and magic and when i say month and magic. I'm not talking about you. Take your foot off the gas pedal electro of the reins and you just decide. Everything's going to magically happen for you and you stop taking ownership of your actions. I'm not talking about that. I am talking about the magic that happens when you stay consistent. You work hard. You stay committed your goal no matter what you work on your mindset you work on your thoughts and your feelings and you trust in the inevitability of your goal. You will be shocked what you are capable of when you are working that way than opposed to a flurried at frenzy frantic energy that is completely freaking out about hitting your goal at the end of the month and this episode. Might be painful for you. But i'm gonna call out some really painful stories that you have been telling yourself that contributes to this month end mania when i chose the word mania because when i looked up the definition i'm not talking about mental illness. I am actually talking about There was there's a sub definition of it and the definition is an excessive enthusiasm or an obsession or fixation. And i think that is so spot on with how i see. So many people. At the end of the month it becomes this excessive over the top enthusiasm that they obsess over. It becomes this fixation in this obsession. Were occupy is all areas of their mind. And they're being.

Q&A: How to become a travel agent?

Side Hustle School

02:23 min | 5 months ago

Q&A: How to become a travel agent?

"I was a kid and my parents took us on vacation. They used a travel agent but flight. I know it's such an outdated idea but So people these days just go online and book things themselves but it looks like travel agents still exist especially to help people plan more trips and excursions as well as for luxury hotel bookings where agents still earn a commission and have access to the perks that a normal traveler doesn't get so. I'm wondering if you can let me know how i break into this market. Do i need to get certified and do you know what the earning potentials are looking forward to hear your thoughts on this by. I remember the same thing with my parents I grew up into families that were on opposite sides of the country Sometimes one family was out of the country. So i did a lot of flying back and forth for summers and holidays and such and at least a few times i remember going with my mom or my dad to the travel agency to book my tickets or even even to learn about options which i know a lot of our listeners are like oh my god i can't imagine a world like that and i can't imagine a world like that either. You know the internet is so much better But travel agents as susan said in susan. Thank you for the question. They do remain helpful for exactly what she mentioned. luxury trips. Specialized tours upscale hotel stays less over basic airfare since that's not usually commission -able anymore so traditional travel agents have largely gone out of business or at least they've had to evolve in some way because they don't get paid very well by the airlines airlines kind of figured out. We don't have to pay them so much. But there are other options as mentioned so susan asked about certification. It's not actually required as a travel agent. There are several different bodies fit offer certification. It's probably a good step in terms of your social proof to have something so if you look at the travel institute dot com also international travel institute dot com which appear to be two different business slash certification companies. I do think there companies more than organizations which tells you a bit But at least for one of them you can pay four hundred and fifty dollars. Then you become a certified travel associate

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Goldman Sachs AI Day Expectations

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:47 min | 5 months ago

Goldman Sachs AI Day Expectations

"Robin our here. And today we're going to be talking about a couple of analysts. Updates one from goldman sachs about their expectations for a day. I think those are kind of helpful. Just to get a sense of what institutions are expecting for events like that then we've also got a bit of an update on that yuan. Musk source city. Trial some news out of china and a couple of stores as well bit of a tougher day for tesla again. Today though the stock did recover some in the afternoon ended up finishing down about three percent. Six hundred and sixty five dollars. Seventy one cents. The nasdaq was also down today. Nine tenths of a percent. So i know feels like a rough week for tesla. But it's been kind of a rough week for all automakers looking at a handful here you can see. Gm down six for instilling tests down about four and a half percent. Volkswagen in neo down seven percent expand down six percent average across the board of those down six percent so desolate spent a little bit worse. But not really all that much especially given the context of the nitsa investigation as the interest from that fades from earlier. this week. Everyone is going to be turning their attention to a idea of course scheduled for this thursday. It'll be five. Pm pacific time eight pm eastern time. I do believe tesla intends to livestream it. We don't have those details yet. But i think eli had previously said that they would though i can't find that tweet at the moment i'd be shocked if they didn't and also plan on live streaming as well so as i mentioned goldman sachs last night. Put out a note with their expectations for a day and in their introduction. They did note that this is going to be a purposeful recruiting event. So hopefully that stands from tesla has kind of cut through to most investors and. I think that really helps to keep expectations a lot. More realistic in terms of what was going to be talking about as goldman sachs. They expect hustle to talk about five key topics which they outlined in this note. I they say they expect us to discuss its. Ai neural net now strained. I would agree. That is something that we've heard tesla talk about both at autonomy day and then if you followed andrea carpathia presentations. He's talked a lot about those sort of

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Product Manager Becomes Professional Dungeons and Dragons Host

Side Hustle School

01:47 min | 5 months ago

Product Manager Becomes Professional Dungeons and Dragons Host

"Devonshire like makes his living helping people battle. Monsters cast powerful spells embark on fantastical adventures and even slay the occasional dragon. He hasn't been cast as the new lead in a netflix series. He's a game master. You see deb is a huge fan of tabletop role. Playing games like dungeons and dragons. He's been playing them on an opera most of his life. And if you're not familiar with the concept. These games are a little like board games just about the board when players roll the dice. They moved the narrative forward and have to cooperate with other players to get towards the end goal. A game usually last two to three hours. With an average of four to six players games. masters like devin are one part storyteller. One part game referee. They make sure. The game moves along as chipped in his case devon got into it as a way to unwind from his busy job as a product manager. He quickly found. He had a skill for it and he wasn't the only one who noticed soon he was being asked to. Host games for other players wanted an experienced games master at the helm as his weeknights began to fill up with more and more exciting. Adventures devon began to ask himself the all important question. Would people pay for this. After nearly two years of hosting games he made his move with a budget of one hundred dollars. He made a simple website with a booking for him. He settled on prices. Have between twenty five dollars and forty five dollars per person. Depending on the demands of the game it was enough to justify his time but also keep the games accessible to players and when the site was ready to go he shared it on forums. It turned out lots of people were open to the idea of paying for a professional games master to run their games in fact demand was so high that within just a few months devon was earning two thousand dollars a month from hosting them

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The Dangers of the Hustle Mentality With CEO/Entrepreneur Chris Voss

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

01:52 min | 6 months ago

The Dangers of the Hustle Mentality With CEO/Entrepreneur Chris Voss

"There's always been a discussion in my head and a lot of friends. I've talked to that are entrepreneurs. We kind of joked about gary. Be because he he. He's great being like tony. Robbins georgia. I won't even call them. Be i would say is beyond tony romm because read twenty. Ron's books tony gives me a lotta has given me a lot of ways to Exercise the skill of beam Master my internal brain and stuff Gary is really good at kind of a hype. Rod cheerleader There's some mechanisms. He does teach in out of think or how to approach stuff but he he's just. There's just a lot of hype raw cheerleading. And that's there's something wrong with that. There's there's something fairly good about it but the This gentleman gentlemen natty in rhode article on medium Porn talking about how What are the dangers of some of the stuff that gary puts out there is He and i'm going to quote from the article here. He says. I called the struggle porn. It's masochistic obsession with pushing yourself harder listening to people To tell you to work harder and broadcasting how hard you're working he addresses in here that a lot of people that you meet that. Talk about how they're working. They're always bragging about unless lead mostly muslim. They're used the people that are failing. The most in i never talk about how successful doing business. I don't claim to be bazillionaire but I just don't have time because i'm making money. You're trying to make money. I mean. I'm not if i if if you ever saw me wind around pretend to be a ball or all the time claiming balling and shit. Then you brought me. Should really wonder how while i'm doing successful and you probably have friends like

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"hustle" Discussed on Ear Hustle

Ear Hustle

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"hustle" Discussed on Ear Hustle

"Her strength and her faith. I've been trying to get back. Diced in here spoke to the chapel. And then he said there's never been a baptism done here before. But i said well between you. And i we put in some requests. Maybe we can be the first one to have that. I guess a chocolate or something in interest. Blessing me be share. I'm saddened pressed. I'm also still one too Tell jokes and to have someone else's spirit but in the showers cry.

"hustle" Discussed on Ear Hustle

Ear Hustle

05:51 min | 6 months ago

"hustle" Discussed on Ear Hustle

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Life Inside a Women's Prison: Life Jolt

Ear Hustle

02:00 min | 6 months ago

Life Inside a Women's Prison: Life Jolt

"My name is rosemary green and this is life jolt a. It's a podcast about the experience of women in the correctional system. Women like me life jolt prison slang for a life sentence but in a way every jail sentence is a life sentence. It doesn't really end. When you get out i know i've spent five years in a. Us prison for drug trafficking. It haunts me still. But i'm here to tell you that i'm so much more than my crime. We all are in this episode. We're going to focus on the first stage of a woman's journey through the criminal justice system. Let's call it the before times before you've had your day in court before you're convicted or acquitted that period between your arrest and your sentence when you really don't know what's going to happen if you'll be sent to prison or for how long the wait can be excruciating. If you're lucky you'll get bail. And at least she can wait at home. If you're not so lucky you have to wait in jail on remand like i did like diana did. There's alleged about it. Came home drunk. And i thought my husband friend was cheating because she was there and we had argument week before. Like i couldn't understand why she was there. I just i blew up by got mad and they take off. My husband went up the street to a friend's house and she took off. I don't know where she went at. First diana's one of roughly two thousand women in canadian prisons. You want actual detail well. I grabbed his guitar. And i started storming up the street so i went in there and i smashed guitar over him. She's describing the assault that landed her in jail.

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Q&A: How Can I Launch a Set of Unique Enamel Pins?

Side Hustle School

02:41 min | 6 months ago

Q&A: How Can I Launch a Set of Unique Enamel Pins?

"Is the most effective way of launching by enamel brain pins wholesale and getting them into the right hands at museum and hospital gift shops nationally. The pens are high. Quality enamel designed by me manufactured. In china they are loved by neuroscientists neurologists psychologists and others. Who work with the brain or people who have brain injuries or illnesses. I thought about emailing links and sending samples in fun and different packaging. Or i'm also wondering if i should go the more traditional route of the big expensive gift show. Thanks so much for all you do to help all of us out here. it's invaluable. thank you so much laura. you're awesome congratulations on going fulltime. I think you said you're doing that this month or soon. At least i'll listeners. I want to encourage you to check out laura's site one because we want to support her but also because it's a really good example here. Laura bundesbahn dot com. Bunsen be indy. Espn dot com and my first comment here before we talk about the new line of products. My first comment is i really respect her pricing. Like laura's work is not cheap. She's doing some really beautiful art. A lot of it has mixed media and it sells for a good amount of money. Like i'm looking at these pieces on the site. And i'm seeing eight hundred dollars nine hundred and fifty dollars thirty six hundred dollars. Three thousand six hundred fifteen hundred dollars etc so some really beautiful art and she's not afraid to sell it for a good price so good for her. She probably wouldn't be able to go full time. She was selling this work for fifty to one hundred dollars each also. This kind of pricing allows for some investing in marketing and some experiments especially when it comes to launching a new product line like launching these new enamel pins and so my that was my first thought about i respect the pricing. My second thought. As i heard the question was have you tried exhibiting and then at the end she mentioned the big expensive gift show you know. I think it's a risk. Nothing is guaranteed but might you regret it if you didn't try and if it were me in this situation i think i would which would tell me. Oh i should definitely try it. I think this is the time in which you invest it in which you are willing to do. Some more extensive experiments reaching out to her target market and sending physical samples. So i think she mentioned something about that. Kind of outreach. I would send physical samples of the pins not just a link or i might email and ask if i could send a physical sample just so a bit. More of a relationship has been established since it's ultimately a physical product. She wants to sell. And i assume it will be a lot lower price than the handcrafted one of a kind art that she also sells probably gonna help to see it in

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Is There a Better Way to Offer Discounts to Customers?

Side Hustle School

02:26 min | 6 months ago

Is There a Better Way to Offer Discounts to Customers?

"My question is about discounts for repeat customers. I so my artwork all my squarespace websites when customers share their purchases in tag me on instagram. They get a one time discount on their next purchase. I currently keep track of them in an excel sheet and the discounts are applied as refunds. After peden are completed but my sales are increasing. And i worry. I might overlook customers who tied to me. I also feel giving discounts in the former. Refunds is inefficient. Is there a better way to do this. Thanks and i look forward to hearing your thoughts on this show slim. Thank you so much for the question. Thank you for being out there. And congratulations on all. That's happened so far listeners. If you want to check out our website it is her sarong dot com so h. e. r. s. a. r. o. n. g. dot com. All right so first of all great strategy really smart both in terms of pricing So that chasmin doesn't have to discount the first purchase like shoppers. Discount but just count is for the second purchase And then also in terms of encouraging this social sharon second. I do agree. It's inefficient to manage it. This way in the greater issue is that the customers should be able to see their discount being applied when they purchase just something psychological about seeing the price. Drop when you add that code your shopping cart. Even if you know you're going to get refunded later. I just think that real time action helps so basically what chazal needs to do is one way or another. She needs to get the discount codes to customers those customers who have already purchased and then shared online without giving them to everyone so to me. That's the problem to be solved. She might already have an idea of how to do that. Could be a few different options. One way would be to send a direct message to them with the code. So whenever she sees she's been tagged with something she sends him a message with the discount code and it also creates another personal interaction. Of course there's still requires some effort you know is a manual process but to me. It seems easier than manually tracking them in an excel spreadsheet and then manually. Refunding them after the fact she could also include a note about this when she offers them the discount she could say you know if you share your purchase tag me the on the lookout for a discount code and if you don't see it in a day or two send me not way. The customer knows the discount code. It's gonna come to my messages. And if i don't see it then i'll just turn and get it like. I said there could be a more efficient way but this is at least some improvement over the current process.

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Why the World Needs Creative Thinkers  With Chris Do

The Futur

01:39 min | 6 months ago

Why the World Needs Creative Thinkers With Chris Do

"Chris dough. Welcome to breakfast with champions. Thank you very much. Bill for the warm introduction so happy to be here yes oh man this is you know. I'm a massive fan of you. I'm so grateful for your time today. Thanks for being with us. Let's talk first about your mission and then we're gonna talk about everything that helps you. Strive towards your mission. A billion people started small goal. You're thinking big. But you're also doing it in a way that i really appreciate. Which is you want people to make a living doing what they love but without losing their soul. What does that mean well. on creative people and when you talk to creative people you talk about money in pricing and value negotiation sales. It kind of makes them real year skin micro and so i have to be able to package that in a way that they can understand that it's congruent with their values their mission and their their belief system. And that's an oftentimes. We associate people who are successful as people who quote unquote sell out and so we have to be able to do in a way that's ethical and that's who they are and makes perfect sense okay so today. There's really two main topics that i want to cover. I is mindset and the second is marketing or promotion so i wanna start with mindset and i wanna talk about something that you said on a show recently of yours. You said your goal is your compass but your hustle is your velocity and in glen being the mastermind behind hashtag rising grind. Knows something something about grinding and hustling and we know. We need the hustle without that goal. We maybe don't have our compass talk a little bit about that. Yeah i think this is where direction matters way. More than speed

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"hustle" Discussed on Side Hustle School

Side Hustle School

04:15 min | 7 months ago

"hustle" Discussed on Side Hustle School

"For tv and film producer. Jim serpico baking bread. Always been a hobby. He and his family took seriously growing up. He spent most of his weekends cooking with his parents. Both of whom made it a point to involve him there. Sunday rituals making rigatoni and nays. Jim loved it but as an adult he headed down his own path of baking. The perfect bread that bread became a staple every social gathering and a serpico family. Tradition baking on the weekends soon began. When covered nineteen hit and lockdown restrictions. were enforced. The family found most of them were at home in long island new york. Most of the time. This was unusual and the weekdays began to seem like weekends which provided them an opportunity to spend more time baking as they continue to bake. The family joked that they should start selling the goods and created an instagram account called side-hustle bread that's just at side-hustle bread for laughs. What they didn't expect was that within a week they would start receiving direct messages from strangers asking if they could order some of the bread out of curiosity they fulfil these orders thinking that they were one offs but found that the orders didn't stop in fact they grew more orders. Little did they know this would be the start up a thriving family business now. One of the first challenges that jim encountered was the lack of space that they had after about three weeks of launching this instagram account. They were averaging twenty orders a week at an average of three loaves per order this. If my math is correct comes up to sixty loaves of bread which was difficult to fulfil since their home of and could only fit for loves at time. It didn't help but there was a large variety of bread that the family was making all of which require different temperatures. This may gyms days long inefficient thus began the search for a commercial oven. Eventually they found a model that could accommodate six times. What their old devon could. And jim took the plunge by buying it but it turned out even that wasn't sufficient to meet demand as the orders grew in size and frequency. Jim rented out space at a local bagel shop and then a deli to bake in their off hours. This combination commercial oven bagel shop deli allowed the family to eventually pump out seven hundred loaf of bread every weekend. Meanwhile other parts of the business grew in complexity as well but the serpico family pressed on with a divide and conquer strategy. Gem would handle the menu for the week as well as procuring. All the supplies needed his wife sherry would take the orders and handle the accounts as well as scheduling people to help out with the baking effort at the spaces. They rent the youngest son. Miles would maintain their website while the eldest james along with james's girlfriend helped with social media marketing. All of them would help with the baking as well allowing the operation to run flawlessly looking back. Jim says that social media was definitely key to spreading the word about side-hustle bread especially since they didn't plan to launch it as a business. The family would shoot videos making bread. Sometimes freaking out over a failed sourdot bake and ad soundtracks. During the editing process to create music videos friends and family found this money and helped spread the word when they shared them. It helped as well that the family baked artisanal bread and tried flavors that you couldn't find normal bakeries. This naturally led many people to be curious which also helped with the popularity of their instagram stories and posts. Within three months they had built a loyal following of over twenty five hundred followers on instagram as a quick side. Now we're gonna come back to that because hundreds of orders every week from a relatively small following is really interesting. So hold that thought for jim. The best part of this site. Hustle has been working with his family since everyone was either studying or working full-time time together pre. Kobe was usually found only on the weekends. But with side-hustle bread the family now spends more time together. Continuing a long tradition of bonding over cooking and baking. Oh and the family has been rewarded financially as well with side-hustle bread grossing over one hundred thousand dollars last year. Jim is now shopping television pilot about his experience..

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"hustle" Discussed on Side Hustle School

Side Hustle School

04:15 min | 7 months ago

"hustle" Discussed on Side Hustle School

"For tv and film producer. Jim serpico baking bread. Always been a hobby. He and his family took seriously growing up. He spent most of his weekends cooking with his parents. Both of whom made it a point to involve him there. Sunday rituals making rigatoni and nays. Jim loved it but as an adult he headed down his own path of baking. The perfect bread that bread became a staple every social gathering and a serpico family. Tradition baking on the weekends soon began. When covered nineteen hit and lockdown restrictions. were enforced. The family found most of them were at home in long island new york. Most of the time. This was unusual and the weekdays began to seem like weekends which provided them an opportunity to spend more time baking as they continue to bake. The family joked that they should start selling the goods and created an instagram account called side-hustle bread that's just at side-hustle bread for laughs. What they didn't expect was that within a week they would start receiving direct messages from strangers asking if they could order some of the bread out of curiosity they fulfil these orders thinking that they were one offs but found that the orders didn't stop in fact they grew more orders. Little did they know this would be the start up a thriving family business now. One of the first challenges that jim encountered was the lack of space that they had after about three weeks of launching this instagram account. They were averaging twenty orders a week at an average of three loaves per order this. If my math is correct comes up to sixty loaves of bread which was difficult to fulfil since their home of and could only fit for loves at time. It didn't help but there was a large variety of bread that the family was making all of which require different temperatures. This may gyms days long inefficient thus began the search for a commercial oven. Eventually they found a model that could accommodate six times. What their old devon could. And jim took the plunge by buying it but it turned out even that wasn't sufficient to meet demand as the orders grew in size and frequency. Jim rented out space at a local bagel shop and then a deli to bake in their off hours. This combination commercial oven bagel shop deli allowed the family to eventually pump out seven hundred loaf of bread every weekend. Meanwhile other parts of the business grew in complexity as well but the serpico family pressed on with a divide and conquer strategy. Gem would handle the menu for the week as well as procuring. All the supplies needed his wife sherry would take the orders and handle the accounts as well as scheduling people to help out with the baking effort at the spaces. They rent the youngest son. Miles would maintain their website while the eldest james along with james's girlfriend helped with social media marketing. All of them would help with the baking as well allowing the operation to run flawlessly looking back. Jim says that social media was definitely key to spreading the word about side-hustle bread especially since they didn't plan to launch it as a business. The family would shoot videos making bread. Sometimes freaking out over a failed sourdot bake and ad soundtracks. During the editing process to create music videos friends and family found this money and helped spread the word when they shared them. It helped as well that the family baked artisanal bread and tried flavors that you couldn't find normal bakeries. This naturally led many people to be curious which also helped with the popularity of their instagram stories and posts. Within three months they had built a loyal following of over twenty five hundred followers on instagram as a quick side. Now we're gonna come back to that because hundreds of orders every week from a relatively small following is really interesting. So hold that thought for jim. The best part of this site. Hustle has been working with his family since everyone was either studying or working full-time time together pre. Kobe was usually found only on the weekends. But with side-hustle bread the family now spends more time together. Continuing a long tradition of bonding over cooking and baking. Oh and the family has been rewarded financially as well with side-hustle bread grossing over one hundred thousand dollars last year. Jim is now shopping television pilot about his experience..

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"hustle" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"hustle" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Last year i came on here and i told you guys about my youtube channel. I'm going to start. But i still have not recorded in uploaded a video for said channel. Okay that is my confession for y'all today. But i know what i'm dealing with. I'm ready to push through it. So kind of letting you inside my head as i go through this process bringing you along and hoping helps you to. I figured that. I cannot be the only one in this boat. I can't be the only one who has made big plans and has not acted on them or who has started. But it's really kinda playing around because you're letting your nerves get to you. So i thought what better ways chronicle meet pushy out of this mental block pushing out of this phase and this head space and out of my nerves and bringing a side hustle idea to fruition then to share it with you. All on the podcast. I really really hope it can help you too. Because let's face it. We're just stalling. You might not be. But i know i am when it comes to this i know when i am stalling and stalling for me happens for one main reason. I'm trying to be perfect plain and simple. I'm trying to be perfect. And i'm over thinking actions that i need to take the thing about over thinking it is it can create a spiral and this hamster wheel effect that it's very very hard to get out of even when you know it's counterproductive and not necessary so with my youtube channel for example. I find myself in that overthinking loop. Even though i knew. I wanted to keep it simple. I found myself ordering new lighting equipment. Redecorated my bedroom since i plan to do some filming in their heck even ordering new towels for the bathroom since i plan to do some filming in there. You know i'm going to do a hair channels. So i'll be doing some hair tutorials and i found myself focusing on all the wrong things and then i just have to keep having this talk with myself talking through it recognizing that this is part of my process to stalling is part of my process. The starts and stops is start is part of my process so i'm not beating myself up for this. I'm recognizing what's going on. And i said to myself curl you know what this is right. These are stall tactics things you do because you're nervous to actually start but you have nothing to be nervous about so i'm going to put an anti stall in today and i invite you to join me

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"hustle" Discussed on The Daily Hustle

The Daily Hustle

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"hustle" Discussed on The Daily Hustle

"As I was surprised Christian. Wants to go fast. Do I look like the biggest hassle. Sure, it is a it is a it is a tough one. And you know I think what what I'm finding. It tough is that. You know. My hustle is different from someone. Else's has still is different from silences, Acelino so and this time of course. Put it so now faces how everyone is struggling. You know the hassle to keep your business afloat the hassle to find food for your family. The Hustle to keep your mental state in a place where you can. Be Okay at the end of this. And I think for me. It's that balance between knowing. What everyone? Knowing what everyone around me is going through end having the ability to stay in pathetic and you know, keep keep perspective. And the other hustle Israeli about. Growing something that's new and different than Trying to share that vision and Starting a business is not easy. And I think that for me right now is. My Hustle. Along with twins has been brand families. Pre. She Ra. I think by definition hustle would be just. To keep going so if you have a dream. If you have a vision, no matter what it is, you're not to be a tribunal to. Be A physio to make tally health the best technique to use going forward whatever it might be just keep holding onto that. Keep going like you know keeping that with few end. Yeah keep moving. That's. Almost time to have..

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"hustle" Discussed on The Daily Hustle

The Daily Hustle

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"hustle" Discussed on The Daily Hustle

"How? I've connected with you was because as Jersey for autism dining. The you participated in the dossier will run of the Zygotes. which is fantastic? Yes Oh Tian. How about you? How did you decide to become sinceo? While I grew up with onto a pediatric vizier and So she used to. She was the first. Add drained while one of those in need. Drain says he has in South Africa and always. Reverend. We. Were engaging with the Pakistan's, and that's how I became. So I feel of interest is also pediatrics as Pacific developmental delays, children and Love it. And Jump I. Love Making a difference in people's lives, so that's why. Anything! Summer Civiletti out who do. And, also I wanted to speaking about cinematic. These I didn't know. The two of you are a CD. Because I was if you see? A. What if you could rate? Thousand yeah. Okay so I feel old now. Say The you. So. DESTIG-. WHO IS Obviously, there's that theme they with the fashion of pediatrics, and it seems like a common theme in your industry. Health seems to be accessed, and why that's important is because that is one of the arguments against city hall if people say. In Africa of his work because are disadvantaged communities. Really benefit from that. What are your views on vent? Now seeing that you have is basically the relation shearer both worked in the age of two. You know what? Psyche that roster naval you know at the challenges are and with Decatur especially because you're working with the Gigi events and the teachers in detainers. What is what is your perspective on? In view on TV health in South Africa. I'm you know I'm just curious to know who other people? Saying it won't work, you know. Have they tried it and have they tested it? Because we really proving every day that this is something that's easy, accessible and efficient something that does work and we reaching so many more children who ordinarily wouldn't have access to any form of therapy services, so you.

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"hustle" Discussed on The Daily Hustle

The Daily Hustle

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"hustle" Discussed on The Daily Hustle

"From there actually moved into the NGOs dicta and I started working for social investor and what I? Really, then took me into a different realm of social entrepreneurship innovation, working in NGOs where they're doing ot not by not by by using a program that was run by not and really just making it work, you know, and that opened my eyes to the potential of not just doing clinical one in one sitting. In a room. But having this wider impact, and that's since then it's always been my drive. bashing. I studied together and we've. We've journeyed this road together so. Of had a few projects at work. That didn't work. This one. We're hoping is GONNA stick and is GonNa. Stay so yeah, and I'm currently at. I'm a mother of twins so I'm at home I've been at home with them for the last two years there two years old now and so that'll be fine to cook for themselves. Feed themselves. Carry on now with my dreams. But it works out so well that this is really come at a time in my life, which any house. Meets my passions and my my lifestyle, so. And but she doesn't you to study it to give them. What about your journey doty? Yeah so I'm in school. I also wasn't today about what I wanted to study, but I knew I wanted to with beat ball and wanted to help people, and so then I. Found out about Tobago therapy by someone. used to be a small town in the northwest province. Not Says Moore anymore. Who has occupational therapist looking in mental health end? That's where my interest initially was a mental health. And I moved to Gaetana studied at UC T. Thank, goodness for rain I. Don't think I would have made it through campus without actually. It wasn't easy being a student for me as Medina found my way into pedes. One side was during my com serve and. We had this elective block way. We could work anyway in south. Africa and I think that's way. children I started realizing efficient than interest for children, and also for community occupational therapy, so really looking at ot in abroad since in not just the wine, unwin interventions, but actually looking at community building in transformation through occupational therapy services and since then I've worked in different N. P. O.'s in the sector so Katelyn Zeman on onwards. Africa to Gordon I've just moved around because my patients always been. Serving children in I think what's very obvious is that there's a huge majority of children who don't have access to therapy services in this is always being an area that wanted to focus on. And that's how through my work I. decided to go into. Start my own organization to inclusive education. We work towards. Inclusion as I mentioned earlier and supporting, EC into to becoming lucid for children with disabilities. Will Land I he.

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"hustle" Discussed on The Side Hustle Show

The Side Hustle Show

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"hustle" Discussed on The Side Hustle Show

"Is very actionable sonus talks about getting your quickbooks provider certification or your zero certification. I have a link like in the book. So as you're reading the content you'll be able to jump to like the next thing you need to watch or if you want to watch a lot of youtube videos. I recommend people listen to buy a lot of like really really expert people and to the links right there. So I don't know it'll ever make it a hard copy. Because the linking functionality is so important because there's a whole lot of people who know a whole lot more than I do about how to do this I just have. I would consider myself play the best expert at being like the hub of it all so. That's my role in it and I can pinch points you to true true. True accounting experts are software experts. Think it's awesome. I think it's really cool. What you built and then by spreading the word eve opened up another income stream which can be even more time leveraged really really inspiring stuff right so bookkeeping side hustle. Dot Com is where you can find. Cates homebase be should've jump in the bookkeeping side Hustle Group on facebook. If this is a side hustle that interests us specifically but again think of the broader parallels for any type of home based service type of business where you can find clients how you can gain the skills and expertise you need to get started and Really go from there so again. Thank you for joining me and wrap this thing up with your number one tip for side-hustle nation so I thought about this. I want to say with this particular side Hustle. We really need to have the long view in mind. So if you need a thousand dollars next week. Don't do this if you'd like to have a thousand dollars a month in a year or in retirement as you're traveling in your RV. This could really be the perfect side hustle so think about learning a new skill thinking about taking the time that it takes maybe actually take a couple of junior college accounting classes. Do what it takes but knowing that you can kinda craft this life that you want you could grow it as big or small scale as quickly or as quickly once you have the foundation as as much as you want. So that's that's my number one tip that this is a really great side-hustle Hustle with the long view in mind. I like it. Thanks for sharing that. Can I ask one more thing I did want to say? I did? Create a discount code for the book so S. H. OFF S in h thirty off. That will be my number two chip. If you get this little book it costs hardly anything at all. You'll spend an hour reading it and you'll know quickly whether this is for you or not all right very good. We will link that up in the show notes for this episode. Thank you welcome all right once again. This is Kate Johnson from bookkeeping side Hustle Dot Com. Thank you so much for joining me and we'll.

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"hustle" Discussed on The Daily Hustle

The Daily Hustle

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"hustle" Discussed on The Daily Hustle

"Professional and plants out in executes on that plan to achieve that. Go making mini mini sacrifices along the way that speaks to finish in of hustle. Or indeed you are in entrepreneur trying to start a business with not sources no funding in doing what needs to be done. It is it is taking action having a plan taking action on it the godless off the sacrifices it might take on your time your resources and so forth so basically whether you are an entrepreneur not hustle is about having a desire to achieve something and then taking action on those goals this is essentially why the daily Hustle needed to evolve. I sit about rebranding Rebranding redoing the website and connecting with some new amazing guests During the course of last year however the spot costs which I have poured my heart and soul into while it is a passion project had to take a backseat to other areas of my life. That were higher in proud ity. And if you've ever considered starting a podcast Ligne tell you it can be lots of fun for everyone for some people for. Geeky apps like me. It's a lot of fun. But it's hard work especially when interviewing guests you're doing but wouldn't make times with guests availability edit the episode great visual assets for social sheeting uploaded create show notes. It takes time but it's very satisfying to have the feeding to spotify dunes and all the other platforms out the so find myself having to think really long and hard about whether or not. I could continue along this path if I want to continue. I need to find a way to systematize and automate as much the work as possible and need to think about how to get the content out to large audience so that it can look at it as potentially a monetize ing avenue and they need to have a clear plan of what purpose. I wanted to serve. So here's the deal. I have some great guest interviews recorded in sitting on my pc individuals who have nominal stories to shave incredible lifeless. You would love to to here and it would be an just an injustice for me not to share it and waste of daytime not share it So I'm going to be releasing the part cost in episodes so this would be season three. Excuse me not in episodes in seasons so this would be season. Three of the cost that I'm noticing now and I'm going to be publishing. These prerecorded guest interviews on season three. And if I'm not able to eat sudden goals in the season will be the lost if I do eat. Those goals are continuing to another season. If you don't want to see the data hustle go. You can help. How while continue listening shading subscribe to the latest Q. Can receive the content in your mailbox and even better be a review on. I tunes that really helps a lot the other way. I do appreciate your view. One was made the time to the Centers for..

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"hustle" Discussed on The Daily Hustle

The Daily Hustle

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"hustle" Discussed on The Daily Hustle

"You want to the daily Hustle. Podcast we celebrate the everyday hustle. Everyday people we seek to learn from the real life experiences of entrepreneurs sportsmen and women entertainment officials regular nine to five passing to achieve Nichols people from all of life at different stages of the journey to doing be becoming. Come back and thanks for tuning. In if you've been listening from the very beginning he will know that they have been a number of changes to the daily Hustle. Biggest of which was the direction and focus wanted to take with the content and the gates. I invited onto she the stories you see. I believe that everybody story matters and that the definition success is not the same for everyone so your journeys to success and my journey to success will look very different and very much influenced by how we define success for ourselves and it started to frustrate me that as a society tend to popularize certain definitions of success. In the every day everyone hops on the bandwagon looking to emulate the success of the so-called influences the living this proverbial GM ONE. Such example is entrepreneurship. Now don't get me wrong. I am an avid advocate for entrepreneurship always have been always will be. I believe it plays a vital role in modern economic times and is a source of passion purpose in saints. Feed him for those who in place it fully. I will speak that. Entrepreneurial Thinking of problem solving open-mindedness innovativeness and lateral creative thinking these valuable tools. We all could benefit from regardless of with the Weird Entrepreneur. Not but what frustrates? Me Is that as a society. We have started to Romanticize the struggle of entrepreneurship often at the expense of the nine to five. They are influences day. Almost fully five the ninety five and we cannot be entrepreneurs in fact. We shouldn't ob entrepreneurs we need people who are willing to do the ninety five. So how does this fit in with the daily Hustle? Well you see Hassle. Has become a word used synonymous with entrepeneurship and while. Yes Hustle. Ease an important part of entrepreneurship. Not all hassle is about entrepreneurship. We cannot discount the daily hustle of those who do not desire that path for me the best definition. I could find for hustle and I don't know who the author is but it describes hustle as the innate hunger to bold cre- hate do something and try the ability to make things happen in light of knowing how to get the but operate with the principal general principle that action breeds results. Not to me with a you. Oughta single mom working three jobs to give your kids the best education and opportunities in life that speaks to that definition a muzzle or if you are a young use from the township say who dreams of becoming a highly respected medical.

"hustle" Discussed on The Hustle Project Podcast

The Hustle Project Podcast

10:00 min | 2 years ago

"hustle" Discussed on The Hustle Project Podcast

"Ooh Or learn how to yourself which we know. A lot of people are not going to put the time in but that AD agency whatever that fears the five hundred thousand whatever it is a month that fee is not just not just because they feel like you know charging something. There's an expertise in a high level of execution. That comes along with it. That makes it worth it. It's almost sometimes not worth doing it unless you're going to do it that that way right. Yeah definitely so when you're when you're putting together like a package for a customer. Is it really the biggest hockey point. How much what does it cost me or is it more? What can I see in terms of revenue? That how much does it cost is the biggest and then second would be. How much can I make exact? Okay literally literally is the only thing that they care. We have this thing now. I do a lot more over the phone sales now and Because we do the whole. US actually the whole world so any business owner across your service remotely anywhere skype conversation to figure out a little bit about their business get access to their facebook profile and running through it. It's their their cards are attached to. I don't need to join anything with that. Sure so over the phone even in person. It's different over the phone. We have a qualification process where we ask them certain things do. They already have a marketing budget. If it's yes. And they say they spend five thousand dollars a month and then the next question in. Is you run facebook ads and they say no. It's the easiest sell right because cut the newspaper. Yeah exactly so what are you spending your. What your ad your monthly budget on? How much is generally? I don't know how many likes on facebook. We have like five people like they don't know this information but they spend the money. It's the old school business mentality where they just should by billboard for thousand dollars a month and they don't know who saw the billboard into them if you put it into them if you long as you put it in the right place you'll get results moving on now it's the opposite now. It's now it's like you have to monitor. What kind of feedback? You're getting live right so we explained to them that and then again. It's more on not insulting but I almost ask them the questions that makes them realize subconsciously that they have no idea what they're doing right and I don't make them feel bad for but explain to them that because you couldn't you just it's fax axeman because you couldn't answer. The question is the perfect sign that you need somebody earlier going to be out of business in five years. It's a fact it's a fact I mean there are some old time mm-hmm businesses that have no mortgage pay no rent. They can sell for sure. But that's going to happen about those people. You Never GonNa Penetrate but this is the guy who just opened the place on on you know the new Jim. Yeah exactly which is hot. Gyms are hot right now. I think the business that could benefit the most is fast food. I'm shocked sometimes that I don't see any ads. The fast food places locally like in there I mean fast in local ones that that local that small of an audience. You're only marketing. Take people two miles away free Danvers. You're not going to try to attract someone from Beverly Nelson. Yeah it's got to be so cheap if I'm if I own I I mean I I literally drive by some of these places and I'm like Shipman the damage I could do with a small sub shop and a massive social media campaign campaign executing on the food. You know you can find a lot of people who can make good sandwich. All good executing on the social side is the new up and coming. The thing is that we need you to come in and do it to rely on someone you know a lot more established to even get into that realm is. It's it's it's a crazy expectation right like most of these people have been doing what they've been doing for forty years and they just think times are changing like that's their excuse. Times are changing you know. I never advertise my whole life life. We'll guess what now you have to. You have to think call social media. That's that's what. Got Me into the space. The analytic let excited just going over the the massive massive size of these platforms. Blew my mind so much that it it almost completely moved off. They didn't because I'm still day trading. Remove me from that side of the analytics. I mean you to now being the second biggest platform warm. Instagram is now owned by facebook. They have billions of monthly active users. It's you're not even running ads. You're paying for attention right. That's I I like it and you guys have any like really good success stories already or has that not really yes. We've this year since it hasn't even hit the your market. And like I said we started from ECOMMERCE WE'VE We've done over two million dollars in e commerce sales office cre- generated twenty one thousand six hundred leads. Wow that's amazing. Yeah a lot of leads. Yeah that's an that's for your businesses for all of our clients. Not Of course you. Do you feel like you guys have like a really really good long-term plan or are you guys sort of rolling with the Times because it can be a little tough to develop a long term plan in your space because you just don't know where the market's going to go it was I was at first. I started off as Jack of all trades. We'll take on any client so I was doing every ECOMMERCE store in you. Know drop shipping people who are selling on Amazon and all this Oetzi and things like that and then gyms and business ran businesses yoga studio anything. And we'll still do that. I have now people who do the random thing that I've taught them how to run ads. But we we've niche down into gyms real estate the agents and more like yoga studios because that's just seemed like it worked the best so mainly we have a lot of gyms right now. So that's a cool thing to get into you when it comes to Jim because gyms will always have that need. It's always an uphill battle of gyms food for example. You know people have to eat. They're going to to make that decision with Jim's it's like we have to sell you have to you have to create a desire to go to the gym one and then you have to create a gym that People WanNa go to so it's like well that's a whole different story but yes gyms are even more difficult so customer. Acquisition for them is critical is critical especially considering that they can get monthly subscription clients which helps offset the cost of acquisition. Because it is probably a little more expensive for Jim for the cost of acquisition for gyms must be higher but in in terms of where you see the company long term is defined road. Are you going to stay in customer acquisition space. Or do you see yourself branching out. I think we're going to stay. have it hasn't necessarily gotten down to the pinpoint of the direction we're going to go. But we're right there so I don't get a lot of speed bumps obviously obviously deciding on what we wanted to do. I mean it's kind of the grind. I'll say I love your. I'm honestly extremely shocked at your positive energy right now because by like why month. Twelve of being self employed myself. I was like now exhausted and it didn't end for like ten years after but you seem to have a big pep in your step clearly. You're super excited. You're almost still in the butterfly stage. Is that what they call it. The Butterfly Stadium. Like when you first meet a girl yeah yeah exactly and then six months later. You're like man just kidding but see you seem real giddy and excited about it. I love to see that because that that right there. That energy is what's GonNa fuel cause hardship is gonNA come right normal for every business knows income it should still put a fire under your ass but it's normal and I think to see someone have that kind of energy early on strong and it's still going one year and that's really a good sign of a passionate person behind you know there's there's an pure passion behind it. It's coming from your gut. It's not it's not like oh I want to get rich right. It's not a get rich quick scheme. Seems like it's something you're bashing enjoy what we do. Yeah Yeah exactly so. Tell me. Give me some advice. If I'm twenty five twenty six which could be. But I'm not if I'm twenty five and and I'm out there and I'm looking for like I think most kids your age right now are struggling to find their place in the world like create value within themselves. Salves What could you? What piece of advice would you give them in terms of like action? Because I'm a big action guy a hate this hate talking about Sha. Ah I to me. It's like Oh my God all these young kids on social media putting up these pictures like I'm doing this and I'm doing here. Yeah New Year new me. I'm like buddy you haven't right like you. You haven't even gone punched. Once we've had a flourishing economy now for a decade like Shit's GonNa hit the fan. What do you think you could could tell someone? At your age group that is failing to act and is just kinda stuck in that Rut so I heard this video when I was on Youtube in university binge and it was will Smith and it stuck with me like crazy and then I was at the motivation video. It was the most one of his big like video where he's talking about laying brick In just lay the bricks as per my dad used to take on the summertime and then eventually if you lay brick perfectly everyday you'll have all right and then I read. This book look called the slight edge. Where the daily little disciplines compounded over time will eventually be something massive? Yeah a lot of people well my age look at the end result. I well this is the go ahead. Finish at the age of looking at this is like this is discussed. This is out of control like like this is bad. And that's the most detrimental thing that you can do and I did and it's affecting generation X.. Greatly so talk to me. What do you mean you did it you you did so you lived in that world? I live in that that worldwide. We started in ecommerce because the numbers were crazy. You could have. You could turn in a teeth. Whitening brand store and ship. Millions of.

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"hustle" Discussed on The Side Hustle Show

The Side Hustle Show

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"hustle" Discussed on The Side Hustle Show

"Let's number two is the best opportunities aren't visible until you're already in motion. I Have Ryan Finley from episode seventy two of this very program program to thank for that one although the only thing I fully understood that advice at the time I've come to see it over and over and over again both for myself and for my fellow hello entrepreneurs and I think the reason that's true is because it's physics an object in motion stays in motion once you get moving down the entrepreneurial path no matter how evil or tentative those first few steps are. It's tough to stop the personal example of this. The side Hustle Nation blog and podcast is the direct descendant in an old personal blog that I had that blog was inspired by a friend of mine I hired to help with Seo for my issue business. That shoe business was born out of internship chip. I had in college and the reason I got that internship. In the first place was a friend of mine pointed out that jobless in the classified ads like one thing leads to another leads leads to another leads to another but if you never get started. It's hard to stay started. It's hard to see those opportunities that come down the line so those words from Ryan are probably the number one tip from side-hustle show guests a return to most often so start today. You never know where it will lead you less number. Three you wanna make money online help someone someone there have been volumes of content written in published about how to make money online but the simplest answer is usually the one that gets overlooked help someone. I'm reminded of the rule of the internet which was explained to me by Jim Cockrel at a conference years ago. He said people are only ever online for one of two reasons to solve a problem or to be entertained right. This is Google and facebook in a nutshell. I think solving problems is generally easier and perhaps less competitive than being entertaining in the world of entertainment you're up against ESPN and HBO. So what problems can you solve money. Only follows value like Zig Ziglar said you can have everything in life you want. If you just help other people get what they want in on your journey to helping other people get what they want..

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"hustle" Discussed on The Side Hustle Show

The Side Hustle Show

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"hustle" Discussed on The Side Hustle Show

"To kickstart his own fiction writing business to the tune of generating something like fifteen thousand subscribers in six months so I set out to test the plan myself in didn't see those kinds of results but the book was a consistently generator for the past two years. One thing to note is at Amazon doesn't let you price your book at Zero Dollars. Is You have to upload it to another platform arm and then request them to price match. The problem was with the side Hustle Path is looking back now of course value hindsight is it wasn't my best work. It wasn't the greatest introduction to side-hustle nation in really what this whole side also thing is all about out but still in this year's member survey something like seventy percent of the audience said the first discovered me through one of the books on Amazon. I felt like I could grow that piece of the Pie and at the same time provide better value to those people by updating reading that book the new edition is more than twice as long in his seeing already roughly four times more download than the previous version around fifty five downloads per day since the re release at the end of April in that's the goal here a steady stream team of new readers new listeners on autopilot in the book. The lead generation component is that I'm inviting readers to join the email list to subscribe to the podcast and to join the side Hustle Nation facebook group but really the language language in the messaging is like if you like the stuff there's more where that came from and by the way there's a whole nation whole community of other people like you who are making this happen. It could definitely be more a conversion optimized as a as a top the funnel piece of content but for now happy with it as an actionable introduction to this brand of entrepreneurship the book itself showcases tons of previous side-hustle show guests in centers on what you can do in your spare time to get two thousand dollars a month or more it breaks down the big three business models we see over and over again those being service businesses product businesses and audience businesses over the years. I've had some success in all three and Asher my experience in those cases in the book but we have spent the bulk of my time and energy and seeing the best results is in the audience business category as you're about to hear these businesses like facebook or Google like build a cool or helpful resource in in figuring out how to monetize the audience that shows up to use it in my case that's mostly been through affiliate marketing and recently some sponsorship on this podcast just as a couple of examples. These types of businesses are often slower lower to build then service product businesses but can also be more flexible in scalable in fact I recently published on the blog a list of my passive income streams or at least time leveraged income streams in a lot of those have come come as a result of.

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