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Side Hustle Toolkit: Tips and Tools for Starting and Growing Your Side Hustle

Emma Folz, Business Coach and Brand Strategist

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8 Videos (1h 6m)
    • Welcome!

      1:16
    • Define Your Motivation and Vision

      7:44
    • Talk to People Who Have Done It

      3:00
    • Game Your Financials

      14:13
    • Assess Opportunities for Growth

      14:23
    • Define Your Brand Purpose and Personality

      15:26
    • Talk to Your Customers

      8:58
    • Last Class Yeah!

      1:08

About This Class

Welcome!

This class is for anyone who has a side hustle or is thinking about starting one.

The primary focus of this class is to help you take a step back and look at your side hustle strategically. In it, I’ll share some original tools that can help your assess your business and empower you to develop plans for (profitable!) growth.

After taking this class, you will:

  • Be more clear on your reason for your side hustle and your vision
  • Have a better understanding of what financial success looks like for your business
  • Understand opportunity areas in your business that you can focus on addressing
  • Have developed a clear articulation of your brand purpose and personality 

If you want to learn a little more about me and my work, check out my business Side Hustle Sidekick! You can also follow me on Instagram @sidehustlesidekick 

35 of 35 students recommendSee All

This was great content. I was skeptical at first. I found several "ah hah!" moments through here. I will definitely be setting aside some time to consider my brand purpose. I really like the idea of using that as the heart of decision-making. The only negative I got from this was there were a few times where voiceover audio probably should have been rerecorded (eg: sirens)
I got a lot of good information in this class about things to do when starting a business. I liked that she explained things in an easy to understand way and gave examples. I also liked the worksheets that I could download and print out to use. Lots of good information for someone just starting out, especially if you have and idea of what you want to do, but no how to start implementing it.
I'll definitely be coming back to this class to review some of the concepts Emma discussed.

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Emma Folz

Business Coach and Brand Strategist