Whether you’re looking for a side hustle to generate extra income or you’d prefer a full-time position, there’s an abundance of jobs out there. You just need to focus in on your skill set then get out there and make it happen. Here’s a detailed breakdown of the best entry level remote jobs you can start applying for today, including a breakdown of the skills you’ll need and the sites you can use to
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I know a measly dollar isn’t what gets you out of bed in the morning, but hear me out. Early on when starting a business project, it’s all too easy to get trapped in overanalysis—a mindless cycle of perfectionism and overwhelm devoid of any clear course of action. How do I know this? Because I was that guy. Overcoming this loop requires a manual override. The faster you get to the point of monetization,
Active income requires constant input of time and effort to generate money. It’s how most of us make our money. Passive income on the other hand is basically everyone’s dream. Imagine not having to actively work to but still be able to get paid? The trouble is that most passive income ideas that get thrown around aren’t actually sources of passive income—at least from the get go. In my experience, it takes lots of
Idea Generation “Write down every single idea you have no matter how big or small.” Richard Branson “The best startups generally come from somebody needing to scratch an itch.” Michael Arrington “When you find an idea that you just can’t stop thinking about, that’s probably a good one to pursue.” Josh James If you’re stuck in this phase, here are some questions to help you come up with ideas. Solving Problems “Don’t find customers
When Tim Ferriss dubbed them the New Rich, they were merely a quiet underground culture—a small group of entrepreneurs who chose to value time and mobility over money. But in the past decade, the nomadic subculture has become a movement. Now there’s a new wave of freedom-seekers 15 million strong who know their options, refusing to be defined by a job title or refined by a zip code. These travelers have escaped their cubicles