Finance

Money Matter: Turn Your Hobbies Into Side hustle

Imagine how much fun it would be to make money doing something you already do in your free time. It’s time to turn your hobbies into side hustle business in the new normal.

As a salary earner, you know how important it is to have extra money in your pocket aside from your monthly salary. In addition, you just might find a second career you actually enjoy even in the midst of economic uncertainty. Think about it, not only can you relax doing what you love, you can make money doing so.

Here are some steps you can take to turn your hobbies into side hustle:
1.Identify your interests:

You probably learnt a new language or how to draw. Make a list of all of the activities you excel at and could reasonably profit from. Find out about the industry and research about your potential audience.

Note: You don’t have to turn all of your hobbies into a profit making activity.

2. Learn how to market yourself:

You can grow your hobbies into a viable side business if you communicate what your unique value proposition is. Start thinking like a CEO. Learn to put a price tag on the business consultation, reviewing draft agreements that you do for free. This would help meet with your business expenses. Also, ensure you have an active presence on social media and website page.

3: Get a Rosabon Personal Loan:

Get up to N6 million to get started on your side hustle. This can help cover your expenditures, registration fees before increasing your paid client. At Rosabon, we will provide you with information, money and business advice to help you successfully launch your side hustle.

It’s all up to you. The time to turn your hobbies into side hustle is now. Take action and start today. We’ll support your decisions and help you succeed at Rosabon.

Let us help you become the next CEO! For more information on Rosabon’s offerings, contact us on 0700- ROSABON (0700-7672266), 01- 4601130, 090-8898-8555 or call Sophia on 0815 084 6659 (Port Harcourt), Chineye on 0815 088 0082 (Port Harcourt) or Aderonke on 0811 239 1001 (Abuja) or send us
an email at [email protected]

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