Today’s video focuses on three side hustles you can start with a laptop, a phone, and $100 to buy the remaining equipment and tools. These side hustles have changed my life entirely and brought me a new form of income. Here are some highlights from the video.
There are numerous ways to make money online in different types of mediums. My three favorite methods are audio, video, and writing, so if you are not a fan of being in front of a camera, there are ways around it.
Many people believe you need a crazy amount of money and equipment to start. This video shows how you only need $96 to start a YouTube channel, $14 to start an audio podcast, and $0 to make written content.
Usually, you are your most prominent critic and hurdle when starting a side hustle. You won’t post your first article, video, or podcast because you believe it is not perfect. Let me say it shouldn’t be perfect. Your first anything is always the worst, but it gets better over time. Once you post that first piece of content, you break this mental hurdle that holds you back from having a great 2022.
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