Find Your Side Hustle

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In this episode, I'm excited to introduce another guest to the podcast, Dave Lyons. Dave has had a very interesting journey and has battled with anxiety. He found that a hobby really helped him with his mental health. On the back of this, Dave has started a community interest company to help others with their mental health. It's an amazing story and something we can all aspire to.

We discuss the positives and negatives Dave has experienced in launching a business. What it is actually like starting a business, the day-to-day learnings and continued hard work that is needed to make it a success. Dave also talks a bit more in-depth about how much effort it takes to build a community on a social media platform like Facebook.

Thanks to Dave Lyons for being a guest on the podcast. It was an honour and a privilege.

If you would like to know more about Dave and his business click the links below.


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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.