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Today’s episode is about how you maintain a full-time job while starting and growing a side hustle. This could be a passion project, freelancing gig, or something else you want to start on the side while maintaining your full-time job. It can be tough to balance the two without feeling overwhelmed and for a lot of people, it’s almost impossible to start a side hustle because their full-time job is taking up all their time.

But don’t you worry, we got you covered. We’ll share 5 tips to maximize your time and ways for you to start and grow your side hustle.

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Cheat Sheet:

  • The top 3 productivity resources for this week [3:32]
  • What a side hustle can mean and who this episode is for [5:24]
  • Why becoming a master of scheduling your time is so important in having a side hustle [7:19]
  • The power of cumulative time [18:15]
  • How to automate and delegate tasks and why you should do it as often as you can [24:54]
  • Prioritize communication way higher than you think you should [32:24]
  • Why you need to celebrate the wins you get with your side hustle [41:08]


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