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Side hustle until you build something that can supplement your full-time income, and then go all in. Depends what money means to you.
That is actually phenomenal feedback and I will definitely use those concepts in future videos.Side hustle until you build something that can supplement your full-time income, and then go all in. Depends what money means to you.
Thanks for the share but the video was a little too introductory. Everyone here is doing one or the other and I don't think this video is going to persuade anyone to change their route. I would focus more on how you can build a side hustle, or actionable tips on how you can transition from the side hustle to the all in.
Agreed. Unless you are generating enough money to cover rent and all that good stuff AND still have some cash flow to reinvest in your businesses and other ventures, then side hustle is the only realistic way to do it.I would say side hustle until you get traction. If you go all in you still need some sort of cash flow to survive and invest in the business. Just need to find a balance since you don't want all your time and energy being spent on making money leaving little left for your side hustle.
Disclaimer: Still a beginner and have never tried the all in method.
Nobody is going to be able to answer this for you
This, and if you work 18 hours a day, are you actually productive all those hours? Would lack of exercise, sleep, and time with family and friends not burn you out? You could probably accomplish a lot more dedicating a shorter amount of hyper-productive hours to your business.Nobody is going to be able to answer this for you
Will you win quicker if you work 18 hours a day vs. 5 hours a day? Yes.
But you have to respect practicality. You might have a family or a job that supports your lifestyle. Abandoning everything to go all in isn't practical for a lot of people, and side hustling isn't practical for a lot of people.
Regardless, waste no time getting started.
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