Latasha Peterson’s story is really meta. She turned her side hustle into her full-time content business. And her full-time content business – Arts and Budgets – teaches other creative types how to profit from their side hustles, get down their debt, and other financially focused advice.@artsandbudgets is a #contentbusiness that helps creative people find profitable side hustles. #contententrepreneur Click To Tweet
“With a background in musical theater and singing, I have always loved finding the best side hustles to make money,” she writes on her site, Arts and Budgets. Her self-created side gig of blogging led to over 100K monthly readers and eight income streams, including courses, that earn her over $5K a month, according to Acorns’ Grow blog.
Among her advice? Write down your goals. She started with four for her blog, serving content, writing at least once a week, growing her email list to 5K, and earning at least $1K by her second year. She saw the value and now sets weekly goals too to make the big goals seem more manageable.#ContentEntrepreneur success tip: Write down your big goals and your weekly goals, says @artsandbudgets. #creatoreconomy #blogger Click To Tweet
Why we’re a Stan: While The Tilt founder Joe Pulizzi isn’t an advocate of using the phrase “side hustle,” he is a big believer in writing down your goals. The act of writing the goals – and regularly reading them – is a proven differentiator between successful entrepreneurs and less-than-thriving entrepreneurs.