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30 Days of Side Hustle School: Cruising for Dollars, Six-Figure Candy Hearts, and Saddles for Pet Chickens

Listen to Side Hustle School:

in iTunes
on the website
—somewhere else (Stitcher, Spotify (mobile only)PlayerFM, CB radio…)


On January 1, I started a daily podcast that will continue throughout the year. I’ve learned a lot, and I’m having a lot of fun.

Best of all, a lot of people are learning from the show and starting their own hustles.

If you’re new to the show, it’s not too late to jump in. You can start listening at any point and not feel left out, but it may help to go back and listen to some of the earlier episodes.

By popular request, we now have a way to download all of the first 30 episodes!

—> Side Hustle School: The First 30 Days

You can then add them to your home library on iTunes, Sonos, or presumably any other player that you prefer.

You can also catch up on any recent episode from the links below:

 

Week 1 Collage

Ep. 6 (L): Astrology Calendar Hustle. Ep. 4 (R): Pinning for Cash!

Side Hustle School – Week 1:

 


Ep. 12 (L): San Francisco Traveling App. Ep. 10 (R): Saddles for Chickens!

Side Hustle School – Week 2:

 


Ep. 17 (L): Airbnb for dogs. Ep. 15 (R): Digital caricature hustle.

Side Hustle School – Week 3:

 


Ep. 24: Philanthropic Cashmere Hustle. Ep. 25: Pottery Barn Photography Hustle.

Side Hustle School – Week 4:

 


 

Side Hustle School – Week 5:

 

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I’ve been so happy to see the show finding a good home with the right people, and I have a lot of plans for the next 335 days.

A new episode arrives each morning at 6:01am EST. Here’s to your hustle!

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