What if you’ve been building your side-business for a while now and you’re just not seeing the traction you had hoped for?
Should you throw in the towel?
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That’s the discussion we get into on today’s episode of Sidegig—and it’s an eye-opening conversation for anyone who feels like they’re stuck in a rut with their business.
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As you’ll hear in the episode (and here’s a big spoiler) none of us actually want you to quit your side-hustle. None of us think it’s a good idea to just give up.
So what do we recommend instead?
Ryan has some incredible advice about pivoting your marketing and brand. And Ian shares some really personal stories about his need to pivot and take his side-hustle more seriously.
It’s a conversation you’ve really go to hear.
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And until next season, best of luck in all your side-hustle endeavors!