How To Have A Happy Hustle – A Guide To Making Ideas Happen
Everything you need to have good ideas and make them happen.
How to Have a Happy Hustle shares secrets from innovation experts and successful start-ups that you can use right now to come up with life-changing ideas and get them off the ground. Focusing on building both the right mindset and practical skills, its three-step approach guides you to have, hone and implement your ideas – whether you’re looking to solve problems in your current job or develop a side project.
You’ll learn to use feedback to improve ideas, understand the psychology of being productive, find the best problems to solve and gain motivation to follow-through on your ideas, even in the face of set-backs and failures.
Whatever your background or experience, whether you’ve got a great idea you don’t know how to develop, or a problem you’d like to solve, these tried-and-tested techniques will help you to innovate and thrive.
Duffy’s Thoughts On How To Have A Happy Hustle
I have to admit, I hate the word hustle. It’s become a bit of a buzzword and for me, it sits alongside statements that make me cringe a little like Lady Boss and Biz Chick. Hustle has been stolen and used by influencers and now it’s a little tainted for me. But, I looked past the book title and dived into this book because I have a side business and sometimes it’s hard to balance, and I often find myself contemplating where I should take it, if at all.
I really enjoyed this read! It’s practical and easy to pick up, put down or find the chapter that relates to where you are in your own side hustle world. There are some very cute illustrations and diagrams dotted bout to keep the vibe happy and positive and some tools and tips that will help you get started. I particularly liked that Bec Evans says it’s ok to think small. Not every side hustle is going to me a million dollar idea or business, and that’s ok!
What I took from How To Have A Happy Hustle is to do what you love and do it well, but just do it. Getting started is the hardest part.
The guide offered up similar messages from other self-starter business books I’ve read lately such as Confessions Of A Misfit Entrepreneur and So You Want To Be A Writer? Such books have helped to bump me back on the right track and make me believe in my side hustle again (even though I still hate the word!).
If you are a blogger, entrepreneur or have an idea you want to bring to life, grab a copy and get started without losing your happy!