POM004: Your Side hustle, Full-time Job and Productivity

Having a side hustle or starting a business while currently employed by someone else feels like you have two full-time jobs. The one not currently paying you well aka your side hustle, is the one that can take up more than 40 hour a week.


You want to make sure you’re making the most out of the time you spend on your side hustle. You want to be growing your business and your revenue.


In this episode, we’re going to discuss how to increase your productivity while working a full-time job and running a side hustle or starting and growing your business.


I discuss:

  • how to handle your time constraints,
  • the truth about your employer
  • specific tools you need to maximize your time and give the biggest ROI (return on investment)
  • and specific tips to increase productivity.


Resources Mentioned:

Disclaimer: Some of the links below are affiliate links. This means that if you decide the item will help you and buy it, I will earn a commission. There is no additional charge to you.  However, I would never recommend anything to you that I wouldn’t use myself or wouldn’t recommend to my own family. I only recommend things that I believe will be helpful and useful. Do not buy anything unless you believe it will help you achieve your goals.


Hootsuite: schedule social media posts for your different platforms all in one place

Capsule CRM: a customer relations management (CRM) system, keep track of networking contacts as well as proposals in negotiations

Email Marketing providers: Getresponse, Convertkit, Active Campaign

Quickbooks: automatically pull in the transactions for sales and expenses, make bookkeeping and accounting easier, has a free trial

Ontraport: a comprehensive business system that allows you to handle CRM, email marketing, sales, landing pages, affiliates etc.

Thanks for listening:

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