[AONC] Introducing Side Hustle School, a Daily Podcast for 2017
*Do you have a side hustle? Share it with me, and we may use it on the show!
Lessons in Life, Work, & Travel
Announcing Side Hustle School: A Daily Project For 2017 (Read More)
For the past five months, I’ve been working on something behind-the-scenes, without saying a word about it publicly. Doing it that way felt surprisingly refreshing. There was no need to manufacture hype, and no false pressure to live up to.
There was, however, an unbreakable deadline. That deadline was January 1, and the team and I hit it—of course. It’s now January 3, and the project is now off and running.
This new project, the one I’ll spend more time on than anything else in 2017, is called Side Hustle School. First and foremost, it’s a daily podcast. By daily, I mean daily. Not 5 days a week, not “most days,” but every single day in 2017.
You need a side hustle. If you subscribe and make listening to it part of your routine, you can make it a reality by the end of the year.
2016 Annual Review: Let's Look Forward to Big New Things! (Read More)
In this (very abbreviated) Annual Review series…
- Decide Now How You’ll Evaluate Yourself Next Year
- Why I’ve Resisted My Annual Review for the First Time in 10 Years
One thing I know is that it’s important to pay attention to how things make you feel. If you look forward to something, that tells you something. If you dread something, or even if you just don’t feel that excited about it, that gives you other information.
Instead of Manufacturing Hype, Just Start Doing Great Work (Read More)
I got a call to do some filming for a marketing agency in Los Angeles. I had the date open and it sounded interesting, so I decided to go. The filming took place in a Beverly Hills mansion, probably the largest single-person home I’ve ever been in.
On the way in I waved awkwardly to the car valet who was hosing down a Porsche, then said hello to the personal chef chopping vegetables in the kitchen.
There was, I kid you not, a koi pond in the living room. I almost fell in while taking a picture of it. Then someone came over to ask me to please not take pictures, so that was the end of that.
When you find something you truly believe in, you should work as hard as you possibly can to achieve it. Are you working hard?
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Your Life, Your Rules: The Journey Continues
“Good things happen to those who hustle.”
** “Bucket List Challenge” Starts Next Week **