This episode is a random one if I'm honest with you.
It came after exchanging a few WhatsApp messages with a friend of mine Ed Roberts, who has been on the podcast. You can check out his episode here.
In an earlier episode of Find Your Side Hustle, I talk about the pros and cons of both registering a business, or waiting until you have enough income coming in to cover any expenses that a side project may have.
However, something I've been thinking about is biting the bullet and registering a business for myself. The conversation with my friend made me take a leap of faith and actually register said business.
Let me know what you think and what your experience of registering a business has been?
Check out part 1 of "To business of not to business" - https://share.transistor.fm/s/7c6e8c27
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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.