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I started to sit down and write an article on how to find the right career coach. But before I did, I wanted to take a look at other posts that have already been written on the subject and see what might be missing. Well, I ran into an article that already has everything covered! And no surprise, it’s from The Muse, one of my favorite recommended career sites. So if you’re interested in how to find the right career coach check out the article below! And if you’re looking for someone to help you come up with an idea, whether it be a side hustle, business, invention, job, etc, send me an email at jeremy at theaworkening.com and let me know. I may be able to help. 🙂 https://www.themuse.com/advice/how-to-choose-the-right-career-coach-for-you
Not long ago I was in my back yard playing with my dog. We have a two year old rescue collie named Echo and he loves to play rough outside. It was a little chilly outside and when it’s chilly my wedding band sometimes likes to slip right off my finger. This happened while I was playing with Echo. Now, because this was in the winter our yard had a bunch of pine needles on the ground. So trying to find my ring wasn’t like trying to find a needle in a hay stack, it was like trying to find a ring in a needle stack. After about 10 minutes I got really lucky and found my ring. Now you might think that upon realizing how lucky I got that I was actually able to find my ring, I’d take […]
I recently ran across a really cool, simple side hustle. Well, it’s not a side hustle, it’s a SIGN hustle. Pierce Marrs gets paid around $50,000 per year working 10-15 hours per week. Doing what? Setting up directional signs for real estate agents and other people around town. If you’re looking for a side hustle that’s low tech, low time intensive, and high income, a SIGN hustle might be an idea for you. You can check out more information about Sign Hustle and get 15% off Pierce’s book by using the promo code NEWWORK HERE.