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The Side Hustle Show

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The Side Hustle Show

Nick Loper of Side Hustle Nation

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The Side Hustle Show is the podcast for part-time entrepreneurs who are looking for business ideas, actionable tips to start a business, and killer strategies on how to turn their side hustle dreams into a growing business. We cover all aspects of starting a business and making money (online and offline), including small business marketing, sales, websites, social media marketing, blogging, time management, and more. Our topics include passive income ideas, niche sites, self-publishing, soft ...
 
Crushing Classical is a series of interviews with classical musicians who are forging unique paths with their talent, creating their own artistic fulfillment and financial comfort, and finding ways to thrive. I celebrate these brave people who are taking routes outside of traditional orchestral or academic employment! As always, I invite you to listen for your own sparks and breadcrumbs, and use these interviews to find the possibilities that exist in your own life.
 
Scratching & Thriving Podcast aims to empower its listeners to thrive both personally and professionally while navigating the world as we know it. From professional development to current events and faux-pas to everyday issues, co-hosts Dr. Adriene Hobdy and Brandon Bougard cover a wide range of topics that are informative, entertaining and empowering.
 
Thrive School is a podcast for entrepreneurs (formerly known as Survive and Thrive Interviews). Hosted by John Meese, this show is designed to equip you with the tools and training you need to build a thriving business from scratch! 🚀 Each episode is either an author interview to teach a practical framework from an experienced entrepreneur or a behind-the-scenes breakdown of a business in progress—which could be a client's business, one of John's businesses, or yours: 👉 Visit yourthrivescore ...
 
The Changing Earth Podcast is here to help you get ready to adapt to a rapidly changing planet. Hosted by Sara F. Hathaway and Chin Gibson, the show uses fictional survival stories from The Changing Earth Series novels and audio drama to present real world information, you can apply to your life to dream, survive and thrive. Want to start from the beginning? Head on over to http://www.authorsarafhathaway.com/support to gain access to the archives.
 
Why? Because no one wants to startup and fail... permanently. As a compliment to The AKADEMY’s Accelerator program, the goal of this podcast is to help inform the early-stage entrepreneurs journey so you can avoid unnecessary catastrophic mistakes. We'll give you the confidence to pursue life on your terms. Visit eventualentrepreneurAKADEMY.club to learn more! Founded in Atlanta, GA with global aspirations. We want to see you win!
 
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HerBusiness

HerBusiness (Host: Suzi Dafnis)

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It’s True! You can have a profitable and scalable business without overwhelm or exhaustion. Growing a sustainable business that gives you more income, more impact and results without you working harder and harder is possible for YOU when you can stop ‘winging it’ and follow the path that has helped tens of thousands of HerBusiness members grow their business. -------------------- Welcome to the HerBusiness podcast. I’m Suzi Dafnis, CEO at HerBusiness - the most collaborative community for wo ...
 
The Podcast where you get your confidence fix from someone who’s found, lost, found and built her inner confidence (from scratch!) The “Next Normal” requires you to be on camera, on video and as good as TV pro as part of your job! How can you pluck up the courage to show up and be fabulous every day? From behind the scenes at the BBC to helping leaders and professional women speak up and get their voices heard in this VIRTUAL WORLD! This is where you’ll hear Esther’s tales of woe, wonder, fa ...
 
The Mariah Coz Show gets into the nitty-gritty of running a profitable online course business. We talk about everything you need to know about creating high-converting launches, webinars and sales funnels. We also cover the behind the scenes of running a sustainable, thriving business so you can make more sales, consistently. After all, it’s not just a jumble of tactics - the goal is a strategically designed system that creates financial freedom for you and transformation and value for your ...
 
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The Wabash Center's Dialogue On Teaching

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The Wabash Center's Dialogue On Teaching

The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion

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Dialogue on Teaching, hosted by Nancy Lynne Westfield, Ph.D., is the monthly podcast of The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion. Amplifying the Wabash Center’s mission, the podcast focuses upon issues of teaching and learning in theology and religion within colleges, universities and seminaries. The podcast series will feature dialogues with faculty teaching in a wide range of institutional contexts. The conversation will illumine the teaching life.Webinar Produc ...
 
Do you want actionable advice from the best and brightest eCommerce & D2C professionals? Customers Who Click presents D2C eCommerce specific advice to keep your customers clicking. In each episode, you’ll learn from experts sharing tools, success stories and insights on how to grow your eCommerce business. Will Laurenson interviews marketing leaders, from companies such as Fiverr, Virgin Pure, and Jellyfish Group, to help you understand the complete customer journey, their expectations and w ...
 
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In this solo episode I discuss mindset and the limiting beliefs that are undermining your growth as an artist. Your mindset can have a huge impact on your success and accomplishing your goals–I know it did for me. Changing my mindset around what I could achieve as an artist and with my business had a huge impact on my success. This has also proven …
 
“If you’re bored walking up the hill, try running up it.” That was what this week’s guest William Wadsworth of ExamStudyExpert.com told me when I asked him about how he got his side hustle off the ground. Four years ago, William was working full-time in a corporate job, but he wanted to build his own dream, not someone else’s. Finding it difficult …
 
In this crazy seller’s market, it’s safe to say that LOs are feeling the heat on a lot of fronts. Rates are going up, margin compression is the order of the day, inventory is crazy low and the refi gold rush is hitting the point of diminishing returns. How do we get traction under these conditions and still build a solid recession-proof business? I…
 
Does the church want theologically educated leadership? What kind of learning is needed now for effective ministry? In what ways can the seminary benefit from the knowledge production of the church? What if this is a moment of great capacity and great opportunity – but it is being squandered by the church and theological education!…
 
In episode 111 of the Customers Who Click podcast I’m joined by Grant Deken, the CEO of Unstack, and we’re going to be discussing landing pages in the ecommerce space, and how they can produce better ROI for your acquisition efforts. How do you put all that data into action to get better results for the marketing that you're already doing? Companie…
 
Discipline often has a negative connotation these days. However, discipline is the key to self-motivation, goal achievement, and protecting our loved ones. The absence of discipline in today’s society is one of the major breaking points, coming to bite American society in the backside.
 
There has never been a better time to build an online business around a topic you care about. This week’s guests on The Side Hustle Show are proof of that. Garret Kruger and Sabrina Ricci are the husband and wife team behind IKnowDino.com, which started as a side hustle and is now the world’s #1 dinosaur podcast. Not bad for a couple of non-paleont…
 
I'm speaking directly to you today, reading a chapter from my book, The Happiest Musician. I talk about my reed business, the one I started as a side thing back in 1998 and grew to six figures. I also offer a free resource on why YOU should start up a reed business of your own - if you are an oboist, bassoonist, or single reed player, and if you ar…
 
As business owners, we have an ongoing need to upskill and grow our knowledge. How we market our business changes. New technology comes along that makes the old way of doing things obsolete. Trends change and evolve. What worked yesterday, no longer works and so we need to grow and learn and implement new strategies. But when should you spend money…
 
Income streams had a huge impact on my creative business and my capability to have control over my time, the assignments I take on or decline, and my bottom line income as a commercial artist. It has proven to be a strategy that many of the guests I’ve had on this show have used to grow their own businesses. In this episode, you’ll learn why income…
 
Who has the boldness to reinvent (rather than adapt) the seminary? What kinds of spaces will be needed for the learning experience? Perhaps, we need assistance from artists who are world builders and imagineers? What if … we convene to dream a new way, with new collaborators?By The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion
 
In episode 110 of the Customers Who Click podcast I spoke with Ramon Van Meer, the owner of Alpha Paw, a pet company who specialised in dog ramps, but now offer a variety of pet based products. In this episode we’ll be talking through Ramon’s background, how he came to identify and purchase Alpha Paw, and how hes turned it into a multi million doll…
 
Staci and her husband are earning $3,000-$4,000 month reselling like-new furniture with risk-free inventory sourced from Sharetown. Sharetown is a “reverse logistics” company that helps online, name brand furniture companies deal with customer returns. As a Sharetown rep, you get notified of these return requests, pick up the items, clean and store…
 
This week it’s the 500th episode of The Side Hustle Show, which just seems crazy to me. It feels like just yesterday I started this thing in a lot of ways. But it’s been 9 years — I guess time flies when you’re having fun. In honor of the 500 episode milestone, I wanted to reflect back on 10 big ideas and 10 common themes over the last 9 years. It …
 
In this episode, you’ll learn why systems are important and why not having them can lead to failure. I’ll tell you about my personal story and how a book changed everything at the lowest moment of my creative career. I’ll also share with you which are the systems that you can create within your work and business and how to start thinking about them…
 
Devyn Ricks, a mom of 4, isn't a Twitch celebrity or a big time YouTuber, but she's still earning thousands of dollars a month playing video games part-time. In this episode, she breaks down how she does it and how you can follow the same strategies to monetize your hobby! SPONSOR: WPharbor - Use promo code SIDEHUSTLE for 50% off your first month! …
 
In episode 109 of the Customers Who Click podcast I spoke with Evan Padgett, the Chief Operating Officer at Stealth Venture Labs about how brands can launch their own subscription services.The shift to online has lead to a really friendly atmosphere for subscriptions.Subscriptions can be really powerful for a business, a great source of recurring r…
 
It’s time once again to dive into the ol’ listener mailbag and answer a few questions in this week’s edition of The Side Hustle Show. I’ve had quite a few interesting questions come in since the last Q&A episode, and picked 18 to talk through in today’s show. We're covering podcasting, affiliate marketing, passive income ideas, my proofreading side…
 
With inflation rates only continuing to rise, we're on the cusp of a situation where average mortgage pros are set to drop like flies, while only the true winners remain. Our only option is to insulate ourselves from the market…but how? How can we position ourselves in such a way that it doesn't matter what's going on in the market, and we can exce…
 
Right now, you could be so close to breaking through in your business. You may only be missing a few pieces of the puzzle and my goal is to help you find those missing pieces. Maybe you're just getting started in your business. Working hard to get a new business off the ground can be really overwhelming and knowing exactly where to put your energy …
 
In episode 108 of the Customers Who Click podcast I spoke with Bant Breen, the founder of Qnary who provide reputation management and talent branding solutions. In this episode we explored why building personal reputation is so important, and can really drive trust in a ecommerce brand. Leveraging that human voice is critical to building trust in a…
 
Sebastian’s bright and bold work is the result of his wide experience as an animator and graphic designer. He employs cartoonish figures and playful compositions to portray ordinary scenes of life under the lens of a bright color palette. Sometimes animated, his work bounces happily between funny little GIFs, huge colorful hands on silkscreen print…
 
Anita Smith saw the writing on the wall when she was furloughed and ultimately laid off in 2020. The hospitality industry was among the hardest hit when travel ground to a halt. So she decided to use the time to level up her skills and launch a new career, piggybacking on the popularity of the Salesforce software. In just a few months, she landed a…
 
“There is no plan B, I’m going to make this work.” That’s the kind of determination that is often the difference between success and failure, and this week’s guest is a perfect example of that. In this episode, you’ll meet Brien Gearin, a side hustler who battled through 11 months of not getting a single client. However, during those 11 months, Bri…
 
In this episode, I list down some of the overarching takeaways from previous conversations I have had in this show. I speak about the two elements that are necessary to build a thriving career as an artist. I list that I've seen working for other creatives, for myself and that could potentially work for anyone looking to make a mark with their work…
 
What do we ask our students to risk when we refuse the pretentions of expertise? What if the uncanny things which occur in our classrooms are the refiner’s fire changing us, student and teacher alike? If we would allow ourselves the joy of astonishment, would we teach with more depth? What are the new habitations for theology which will be lifegivi…
 
In episode 107 of the Customers Who Click podcast I was joined by Dominick Keenan from ClickBank, one of the biggest affiliate platforms in the world. We’re going to be talking through what makes a good affiliate program, what mistakes brands make, and also what brands need to be aware of & cautious of when dealing with affiliates.While it is a per…
 
The cocktail content business wasn't paying the bills, but a slight pivot changed everything. Chris and Julia Tunstall from ABarAbove.com were disappointed with the quality of existing barware on the market. So they placed a big bet that they could do better—and sold out in 3 weeks. This is a story about the power of being a part of your community …
 
An internationally-acclaimed American soprano and lifetime multi-passionate entrepreneur, Elizabeth Frey Gentner thrives as a performer and arts financial consultant. Offstage, Elizabeth has established herself as a powerful voice for Artist empowerment in the arts and a Business savvy coach for creatives. In her first years out of music school, a …
 
From working 40-50 hours a week in an engineering job to working 5-10 hours a week in a “lifestyle business”. That’s the lifestyle and business shift Chris Lollini created for himself by white labeling someone else’s software tools. White labeling is a super interesting business model. It’s basically putting your brand, your sales and marketing, an…
 
With rising interest rates and low inventory today’s hot topics, many loan officers have begun to question how they’ll not just survive, but thrive in today’s economy, but what we should really be asking is, who cares about the economy? How can we build rock-solid lending businesses that thrive in absolutely any market? More importantly, is it poss…
 
Stu McLaren is one of my favourite people in the world. He has helped more people than anybody to start, launch and grow membership businesses. A membership gives you a recurring revenue stream and a more predictable cash flow - which can make a big difference to the value of your business and how confident you feel about your bank account will loo…
 
With supply shortages in sugar forecasted due to extreme weather and political unrest, producing sweeteners is becoming an immediate reality. Our ancestors of the recent past knew how to harvest nature to create different types of sugars. Believe it or not, most of these plants are relatively easy to grow. Choosing what works best depends on the cl…
 
Spring of 2022 is proving to be a difficult semester. Increasingly, students exemplify behaviors of distress. Faculty are ill-equipped to meet needs of strained students while they themselves are struggling. Perhaps vocational dexterity will provide some new strategies.By The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion
 
Key highlights: 01:14 - 09:16 - Biggest Contributor to Growth Recently - Solving an actual problem in the market is so important. This is going to be such a powerful driver of growth. It sounds obvious but so many companies either dont, or they don’t position themselves properly and explain that benefit. Being almost an incubator has worked really …
 
Eric Friedensohn (AKA Efdot) is a colorblind visual artist and community builder based in Brooklyn, NY. Since finishing design school in 2012, Efdot has cultivated an art practice and creative studio that spans across a variety of media. His specialties range from hand-painted murals to drawings on paper to animated trading cards, all tied together…
 
There’s profit out there, you just have to learn how to find it. On this week’s show, I’m joined by a pair of Side Hustle Show listeners who’ve been learning that skill and have translated it into tens of thousands of dollars in sales over the last 16 months. Jack and Joan Ferrell of SecondTimeSellers.com are resellers. They find used items at flea…
 
When we think about making progress in business, we are often asked to set a vision, set our sights forward, and look ahead at what we want and what we can create in the future. But, what if the better and faster way to make progress is to look backward? Today I want to share with you the counter-intuitive way to make progress. This way creates a m…
 
In episode 105 of the Customers Who Click podcast I spoke with Frederick Vallaeys, the CEO of Optmyzr about how you can get ahead of the competition in the PPC space, despite everyone having access to the same tools, the same ability to set up campaigns. The human element will help you stand out and beat the competition. It’s all about the human el…
 
In this episode of Open Studio Martina Flor and her guest Rafa Goicoechea (Rafa Goicoechea), half of @treintayseisestudio with @nina_sans (both co-funder of @36daysoftype), discuss about the keys to become a viral phenomenon, how to start a side project & monetize it, how to engage people, and the truth about instagram. 36 Days of Type is a project…
 
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