What a crazy transition this is for me!
I’ve always had the desire to move to doing my business full-time but nothing ever prepares you for the actual jump.
I mean, I’ve got bills to pay, a family, the whole nine!
My initial goal was to slowly grow, but my how that has changed.
In this episode you’ll discover the following:
- What Happened to Me Last Week
- The current situation I’m In
- The big difference between side hustle and going in Full Time.
- How I feel about proposals and why they’re useless
- My God story
And much more!
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By Jonathan Perez — 10 months ago
This post is in response to Johan Gouws.
The question was (paraphrased and summarized): How do you side hustle with kids and a full-time job? How do you schedule meetings, etc?
I answer this question on this episode and I also share a realization that I’ve come to after starting to do this full time.
Entrepreneurs control their schedule, wink wink.
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By Jonathan Perez — 1 year ago
Today’s episode is all about productivity.
This whole life-work balance thing is pretty tough, so how do you focus on what REALLY needs to get done.
To be honest, finding ‘things to do’ is incredibly easy. But finding the right things to do is where it gets tough.
What is going to bring us the most satisfaction? What’s going to make us feel accomplished?
It could be something that’s billable, but maybe it’s not.
I explore all of this and more in this episode of Developer To Millionaire.
I recently picked up a book called the Productivity Planner, and I love it!
It goes around my entire mantra of doing one thing a day! Especially if you work full time and are trying to build a side hustle, this mindset can actually shift the way you think about doing your work.
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- My mind and how overwhelming it gets when I don’t write things down.
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- The Pomodoro technique, what it is and how to use it
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I went a little acoustic on this one – Ben Harper – Walk Away
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