Brandon Steiner is an incredibly successful entrepreneur who revolutionized the sports memorabilia industry, turning a venture that began in 1987 with “$4,000, a Mac computer and an intern” into Steiner Sports.
It’s not as hard as you’re making it. Get back on track with creating a business and life you love with lessons from the author, a mindset expert.
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If you have a side hustle dream, consider these action items for getting started, getting efficient, getting help and getting motivated.
Instead, make a to-don’t list. Force yourself to analyze which of your daily tasks are ones you perform out of habit rather than a meaningful contribution to your goals. Revisit your initial motivation for your side hustle with these questions.
A side hustle either helps support you financially or feeds your soul. If self-determination is your passion, this issue of SUCCESS is devoted to you.
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