In this episode, I'm honoured to welcome back Mohammed Bilal back onto the podcast. The first person to be on two episodes of Find Your Side Hustle and he delivers, yet again.
Mohammed "soft launched" his podcasting platform in January 2021 after months of hard work, research, and managing a team of freelancers.
We discuss what Mohammed has learned after launching his side project and discuss the things he has uncovered in such a short period of time. As always we dig into these learnings to see what things Mohammed would do differently if he could do it again.
Thanks to Mohammed Bilal for being a guest on the podcast. It was an honour and a privilege.
If you would like to know more about Mohammed and his projects follow the links below.
Check out the first episode with Mohammed https://share.transistor.fm/s/5528059d
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What is Find Your Side Hustle?
So...this podcast gives you a “behind the scenes” look at the side hustles, start-ups and businesses that I have worked on over the years.
Showing you the pitfalls of starting and working on a side business, so you can learn from my mistakes and launch your own successful side hustle.
I’ve spent over a decade working on side hustles and projects, hoping to finally find that one thing that takes off. So I can leave the constraints of the “Rat Race”, the 9-5 grind. I’m not saying I’ve been successful, yet. I’m still trying to find my one thing.