What is a Side Hustle?
The side hustle and the interim manager are made for each other.
A side hustle is any type of income-producing activity undertaken in addition to one’s full-time job. A side hustle is generally freelance or piecework in nature, providing a supplemental income. Side hustles are often things a person is passionate about, rather than a typical day job worked in order to make ends meet.
A side hustle is not the same as a part-time job. While a part-time job still entails someone else (your employer) calling most of the shots (including hours worked and what you’ll be paid), a side hustle gives you the freedom to decide how much you want to work and earn.
With financial security a problem for nearly half of Americans (and Australians), side hustles prove to be a viable option for many people working to get out of debt or testing the entrepreneurial waters.
In this 26-minute podcast, Steve Dotto gives his views on conducting online marketing (a side hustle) whilst remaining ethical. It's well worth listening to.
For some people, the thought of quitting their day job to start their own business is exhilarating. For many others, the loss of a stable paycheck is terrifying. But what if we could easily create new income without giving up the security of a full-time job? Enter the side hustle, a mini-business that earns you extra money. With Chris Guillebeau’s step-by-step guide, you can go from idea to income in just 27 days.
Starting a business requires a lot of time and effort — especially if you plan on keeping your full-time job while running the business. Starting your own business doesn't mean you have to retire early from your full-time gig. In fact, it could mean the opposite — your business idea might need some time to prove itself before you can afford to leave your job
AIEA has been established in Brisbane for a while now and has found a prominent place in the commercial marketplace. An increasing number of senior executives are adopting Interim Management as a preferred business lifestyle, and organisations are finding ready use of them. Perhaps you have checked out AIEA and wished it was operating in your location. Why is it active in Brisbane but not in Perth, Auckland, Albury of anywhere else? Maybe it's waiting for you.