Hello folks, welcome to CCB. In today’s post we are going to have a look at making time for side hustle.
Most people spend their time on daily commute and hence a lot of time goes down the drain. One good thing to do to save time is to find a home or PG close to your office, so that you can utilise the extra time saved, to work on your side business. Some of you mayn’t like this idea because a home close to your office could be quite expensive. And an answer to this is “You should concentrate on how to earn more money instead of sobbing over the money spent”. However, if you still wish to commute, you could spend that time listening to podcasts related to your side hustle or read quality content on the internet, provided you aren’t driving.
The next thing you could do is to make some time during the lunch break to work on your side hustle. You could spend the little time available to check on your emails, social media etc.
Another cool thing to do is, to head over to a food court or coffee shop post office hours, to get your work done and then go to your home post the completed work.
Many spend time on thinking what to cook, in order to mitigate this, one can prepare a food chart that reads what food should be cooked on what day and ensure that the essential grocery isn’t out of stock. In this way you could get some extra time for your side hustle.
Another way in which you can save time is, to go shopping on week days so that you don’t have to spend time in queues which are pretty common on weekends. Also find stores closer to your home and order online.
The next thing to do is to get enough sleep. When you get enough sleep you are in a position to make better decisions and also you are away from burnouts. Also it’s good to find out your best productive hours and work based on that because some are more charming and cheerful during the day and some are nocturnal lads.
Another tip is, to start your hustle quite early in life. Most businesses require a gestation period, only after which it becomes a huge hit. So by starting early in life you could go the slow and steady way to grow your business, rather than starting late in life and hustling all day and night.
The next tip is to say NO to useless and less important tasks that drains your time and energy and instead hangout with friends who share similar interests as yours. In this way you’d be spending quality time and learning stuff even when you are on weekend hangouts, long drives etc.
The next suggestion is, don’t open the email or messengers when you don’t have time to reply. When you do the aforementioned you’d not have to open emails or messengers twice (once to view and once to reply).
The next tip is, to love what you do. When you embrace your work, you don’t find it tiresome. Also you could make the time spent on less important tasks to generate revenue. For example, you may love watching TV shows. You can write reviews on TV shows and if your reviews are good you may generate revenue through large traffic to your reviews.
The last tip is, to convert your side hustle into your full time hustle when the revenue is stable and good enough to make a living.
Well folks, that was it for this post. See you next time with a different post. Byeeeeee 🙂