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What's your next side hustle?

Increase your income by finding out which fast-growing side hustle suits your needs and interests πŸ™ŒπŸ’²πŸŽ‰

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    From 1-10, how much of a people person are you?
    • A.
      1-4 – The fewer people I see, the better. Small talk just isn't my thing πŸ™ˆπŸ™‰πŸ™Š
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Ridesharing, Your next side hustle is... Online Tutoring, Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling, Your next side hustle is... Creating Things to Sell)
    • B.
      5-8 – I don't mind chatting with strangers! It's fun getting to know folks from different walks of life.
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Delivering Food and Groceries, Your next side hustle is... Starting a Blog, Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling, Your next side hustle is... Creating Things to Sell, Your next side hustle is... Being a Handyman)
    • C.
      9-10 – Meeting new friends is half my reason for working! It's no fun going at it on my own...
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Dogsitting or Babysitting, Your next side hustle is... Being a Handyman)
  • 2.
    Do you own a home?
    • A.
      Answer A
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Delivering Food and Groceries, Your next side hustle is... Dogsitting or Babysitting, Your next side hustle is... Ridesharing, Your next side hustle is... Starting a Blog, Your next side hustle is... Online Tutoring, Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling, Your next side hustle is... Creating Things to Sell, Your next side hustle is... Being a Handyman)
    • B.
      Answer B
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Delivering Food and Groceries, Your next side hustle is... Dogsitting or Babysitting, Your next side hustle is... Ridesharing, Your next side hustle is... Starting a Blog, Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling, Your next side hustle is... Creating Things to Sell, Your next side hustle is... Being a Handyman)
  • 3.
    Do you have a university degree?
    • A.
      You bet!
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Delivering Food and Groceries, Your next side hustle is... Dogsitting or Babysitting, Your next side hustle is... Ridesharing, Your next side hustle is... Starting a Blog, Your next side hustle is... Online Tutoring, Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling, Your next side hustle is... Creating Things to Sell, Your next side hustle is... Being a Handyman)
    • B.
      Nope – never saw the need!
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Delivering Food and Groceries, Your next side hustle is... Dogsitting or Babysitting, Your next side hustle is... Online Tutoring, Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling, Your next side hustle is... Creating Things to Sell, Your next side hustle is... Being a Handyman)
  • 4.
    What sort of hours are you able to work for your side hustle?
    • A.
      Strictly during the daytime! I've got responsibilities back home in the evenings.
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Delivering Food and Groceries, Your next side hustle is... Ridesharing, Your next side hustle is... Starting a Blog, Your next side hustle is... Online Tutoring, Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling, Your next side hustle is... Creating Things to Sell, Your next side hustle is... Being a Handyman)
    • B.
      I already have a 9-5, so I need a side hustle that I can work late into the night!
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Dogsitting or Babysitting, Your next side hustle is... Ridesharing, Your next side hustle is... Starting a Blog, Your next side hustle is... Online Tutoring, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling)
    • C.
      I'm pretty flexible. Morning, afternoon, and night I'm coming for that paycheque.Β 
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Delivering Food and Groceries, Your next side hustle is... Dogsitting or Babysitting, Your next side hustle is... Ridesharing, Your next side hustle is... Starting a Blog, Your next side hustle is... Online Tutoring, Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling, Your next side hustle is... Creating Things to Sell, Your next side hustle is... Being a Handyman)
  • 5.
    How long can you afford to wait before seeing a payment from your side hustle?
    • A.
      I need to make money from my side hustle immediately!
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home, Your next side hustle is... Creating Things to Sell, Your next side hustle is... Being a Handyman)
    • B.
      I can afford to wait a week or two... but not much longer than that.
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Delivering Food and Groceries, Your next side hustle is... Dogsitting or Babysitting, Your next side hustle is... Starting a Blog, Your next side hustle is... Online Tutoring, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling)
    • C.
      I'm patient – I can wait up to a year before seeing a paycheque.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 6.
    If I asked your best friends to describe you, what would they say?
    • A.
      That I'm good with my hands – when there's an odd job that needs doing, I'm the person to call.
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Delivering Food and Groceries, Your next side hustle is... Ridesharing)
    • B.
      They'd say I'm clever, funny, and keep things real. As a total people person, I've got something to say about... everything.
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Delivering Food and Groceries, Your next side hustle is... Online Tutoring, Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling, Your next side hustle is... Creating Things to Sell)
    • C.
      They'd say I'm a creative firecracker! I'm always coming up with crazy amazing activities to keep us entertained.
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Dogsitting or Babysitting, Your next side hustle is... Starting a Blog, Your next side hustle is... Being a Handyman)
  • 7.
    Do you own a vehicle?
    • A.
      Answer A
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Delivering Food and Groceries, Your next side hustle is... Dogsitting or Babysitting, Your next side hustle is... Ridesharing, Your next side hustle is... Starting a Blog, Your next side hustle is... Online Tutoring, Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling, Your next side hustle is... Creating Things to Sell, Your next side hustle is... Being a Handyman)
    • B.
      Answer B
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Ridesharing, Your next side hustle is... Starting a Blog, Your next side hustle is... Online Tutoring, Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling)
  • 8.
    Do you enjoy making arts and crafts?
    • A.
      Yes! There's nothing I love more than getting in touch with my creative side.
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Ridesharing, Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling)
    • B.
      Nope! I'm right-brained all the way. Logical problem-solving is the name of my game.
      (Correlates to: Your next side hustle is... Delivering Food and Groceries, Your next side hustle is... Dogsitting or Babysitting, Your next side hustle is... Starting a Blog, Your next side hustle is... Online Tutoring, Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home, Your next side hustle is... Creating Things to Sell, Your next side hustle is... Being a Handyman)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Your next side hustle is... Delivering Food and Groceries
    Congratulations are in order, friend! By completing this quiz you've taken a big, bold step towards financial freedom. Based on your responses, your #1 side hustle is delivering food and groceries. Maybe you've got your own set of wheels but the idea of driving strangers around is a no-go... fair enough.Services like DoorDash, SkipTheDishes, and Uber Eats have made food delivery one of the fastest growing side gigs, but it does have a drawback. Most restaurants close by 2 AM, so if you're looking for a job you can do all night, this may not be the pick for you.β€œThe two most beautiful words in the English language are β€˜check enclosed.’” – Dorothy ParkerHow to make your side hustle work for you...1) Set a ScheduleOne way to ensure your side hustle's financial success is to set a schedule... and stick with it. Review your current timetable and decide how many hours a week you can spend working. It doesn't have to be an overwhelming commitment – even a couple hours will make a big difference in your bank account overtime.2) Know Your ExpensesMost side hustles require an investment of time and energy before you see any return. So don't set your sights on a gig if you haven't researched the costs involved and whether or not they suit your budget. For example, if you're interested in selling tie-dyed t-shirts, you'll have to spend on materials before kicking off your business.3) Set GoalsAs with any other career, keeping your goals in mind can help you stay on-track with your side hustle's schedule and motivate you on off days. If you don't see much potential for growth, set yourself a financial target. What's motivating you to put in all these extra hours? Whatever it is, write it down and refer back to it regularly."Who's the mystery guy giving me these side hustle hacks?" Let me fill you in...Hey there, I'm Simon Iams πŸ‘‹ I'm a certified financial planner and the founder of Check, Please. Check Please creates all the resources you need to achieve financial freedom once and for all. Think you'll never be able to dig yourself out of credit card debt? Think again, friend. I've yet to meet a money problem I can't solve...Resources to get your finances straightened out? I've got it covered...1) Take my two-minute quiz "Are you smart with money?" It'll show you how much you actually know about personal finance. Plus, on your result page, I'll give you some of my top-tier tips for saving.2) Download my budgeting worksheet. If balancing your expenses gives you a headache, print out this PDF ASAP. It'll get you crystal clear on what you've really been spending.3) Book a free session with me. Ready to switch up your finances for good? Talk to me today! Your first session is on the house (aka. you've got nothing to lose).Wait there's more – expect to see me in your inbox with tips for your side hustle πŸ™Œ
  • 2.
    Your next side hustle is... Dogsitting or Babysitting
    Congratulations are in order, friend! By completing this quiz you've taken a big, bold step towards financial freedom. Based on your responses, your #1 side hustle is dog-sitting or babysitting. You're a people person with patience and responsibility.β€œThe two most beautiful words in the English language are β€˜check enclosed.’” – Dorothy ParkerHow to make your side hustle work for you...1) Set a ScheduleOne way to ensure your side hustle's financial success is to set a schedule... and stick with it. Review your current timetable and decide how many hours a week you can spend working. It doesn't have to be an overwhelming commitment – even a couple hours will make a big difference in your bank account overtime.2) Know Your ExpensesMost side hustles require an investment of time and energy before you see any return. So don't set your sights on a gig if you haven't researched the costs involved and whether or not they suit your budget. For example, if you're interested in selling tie-dyed t-shirts, you'll have to spend on materials before kicking off your business.3) Set GoalsAs with any other career, keeping your goals in mind can help you stay on-track with your side hustle's schedule and motivate you on off days. If you don't see much potential for growth, set yourself a financial target. What's motivating you to put in all these extra hours? Whatever it is, write it down and refer back to it regularly."Who's the mystery guy giving me these side hustle hacks?" Let me fill you in...Hey there, I'm Simon Iams πŸ‘‹ I'm a certified financial planner and the founder of Check, Please. Check Please creates all the resources you need to achieve financial freedom once and for all. Think you'll never be able to dig yourself out of credit card debt? Think again, friend. I've yet to meet a money problem I can't solve...Resources to get your finances straightened out? I've got it covered...1) Take my two-minute quiz "Are you smart with money?" It'll show you how much you actually know about personal finance. Plus, on your result page, I'll give you some of my top-tier tips for saving.2) Download my budgeting worksheet. If balancing your expenses gives you a headache, print out this PDF ASAP. It'll get you crystal clear on what you've really been spending.3) Book a free session with me. Ready to switch up your finances for good? Talk to me today! Your first session is on the house (aka. you've got nothing to lose).Wait there's more – expect to see me in your inbox with tips for your side hustle πŸ™Œ
  • 3.
    Your next side hustle is... Ridesharing
    Congratulations are in order, friend! By completing this quiz you've taken a big, bold step towards financial freedom. Based on your responses, your #1 side hustle is ride-sharing. You've got your own set of wheels and don't mind chatting with strangers.Lucky for you, ride-sharing is one of the fastest growing gigs. On top of an hourly rate, you'll make tips. Pair that income with the ability to set your own schedule, and it's a pretty darn good deal. Just make sure your passengers are wearing their seatbelts!β€œThe two most beautiful words in the English language are β€˜check enclosed.’” – Dorothy ParkerHow to make your side hustle work for you...1) Set a ScheduleOne way to ensure your side hustle's financial success is to set a schedule... and stick with it. Review your current timetable and decide how many hours a week you can spend working. It doesn't have to be an overwhelming commitment – even a couple hours will make a big difference in your bank account overtime.2) Know Your ExpensesMost side hustles require an investment of time and energy before you see any return. So don't set your sights on a gig if you haven't researched the costs involved and whether or not they suit your budget. For example, if you're interested in selling tie-dyed t-shirts, you'll have to spend on materials before kicking off your business.3) Set GoalsAs with any other career, keeping your goals in mind can help you stay on-track with your side hustle's schedule and motivate you on off days. If you don't see much potential for growth, set yourself a financial target. What's motivating you to put in all these extra hours? Whatever it is, write it down and refer back to it regularly."Who's the mystery guy giving me these side hustle hacks?" Let me fill you in...Hey there, I'm Simon Iams πŸ‘‹ I'm a certified financial planner and the founder of Check, Please. Check Please creates all the resources you need to achieve financial freedom once and for all. Think you'll never be able to dig yourself out of credit card debt? Think again, friend. I've yet to meet a money problem I can't solve...Resources to get your finances straightened out? I've got it covered...1) Take my two-minute quiz "Are you smart with money?" It'll show you how much you actually know about personal finance. Plus, on your result page, I'll give you some of my top-tier tips for saving.2) Download my budgeting worksheet. If balancing your expenses gives you a headache, print out this PDF ASAP. It'll get you crystal clear on what you've really been spending.3) Book a free session with me. Ready to switch up your finances for good? Talk to me today! Your first session is on the house (aka. you've got nothing to lose).Wait there's more – expect to see me in your inbox with tips for your side hustle πŸ™Œ
  • 4.
    Your next side hustle is... Starting a Blog
    Congratulations are in order, friend! By completing this quiz you've taken a big, bold step towards financial freedom. Based on your responses, your #1 side hustle is starting a blog. You're clever, creative, and don't mind waiting to see your first paycheck.Why does it take so long to make money blogging? Well, you have to build up traffic before most companies will spend money to advertise on your site. But once you do, it can be one of the most lucrative gigs!β€œThe two most beautiful words in the English language are β€˜check enclosed.’” – Dorothy ParkerHow to make your side hustle work for you...1) Set a ScheduleOne way to ensure your side hustle's financial success is to set a schedule... and stick with it. Review your current timetable and decide how many hours a week you can spend working. It doesn't have to be an overwhelming commitment – even a couple hours will make a big difference in your bank account overtime.2) Know Your ExpensesMost side hustles require an investment of time and energy before you see any return. So don't set your sights on a gig if you haven't researched the costs involved and whether or not they suit your budget. For example, if you're interested in selling tie-dyed t-shirts, you'll have to spend on materials before kicking off your business.3) Set GoalsAs with any other career, keeping your goals in mind can help you stay on-track with your side hustle's schedule and motivate you on off days. If you don't see much potential for growth, set yourself a financial target. What's motivating you to put in all these extra hours? Whatever it is, write it down and refer back to it regularly."Who's the mystery guy giving me these side hustle hacks?" Let me fill you in...Hey there, I'm Simon Iams πŸ‘‹ I'm a certified financial planner and the founder of Check, Please. Check Please creates all the resources you need to achieve financial freedom once and for all. Think you'll never be able to dig yourself out of credit card debt? Think again, friend. I've yet to meet a money problem I can't solve...Resources to get your finances straightened out? I've got it covered...1) Take my two-minute quiz "Are you smart with money?" It'll show you how much you actually know about personal finance. Plus, on your result page, I'll give you some of my top-tier tips for saving.2) Download my budgeting worksheet. If balancing your expenses gives you a headache, print out this PDF ASAP. It'll get you crystal clear on what you've really been spending.3) Book a free session with me. Ready to switch up your finances for good? Talk to me today! Your first session is on the house (aka. you've got nothing to lose).Wait there's more – expect to see me in your inbox with tips for your side hustle πŸ™Œ
  • 5.
    Your next side hustle is... Online Tutoring
    Congratulations are in order, friend! By completing this quiz you've taken a big, bold step towards financial freedom. Based on your responses, your #1 side hustle is online tutoring. You're a people person with a patient nature and a university degree.Sites like Chegg, Skooli, and Wyzant have made online tutoring one of the fastest growing side gigs! It's also pretty lucrative starting out – you can expect to make as much as $20 an hour.β€œThe two most beautiful words in the English language are β€˜check enclosed.’” – Dorothy ParkerHow to make your side hustle work for you...1) Set a ScheduleOne way to ensure your side hustle's financial success is to set a schedule... and stick with it. Review your current timetable and decide how many hours a week you can spend working. It doesn't have to be an overwhelming commitment – even a couple hours will make a big difference in your bank account overtime.2) Know Your ExpensesMost side hustles require an investment of time and energy before you see any return. So don't set your sights on a gig if you haven't researched the costs involved and whether or not they suit your budget. For example, if you're interested in selling tie-dyed t-shirts, you'll have to spend on materials before kicking off your business.3) Set GoalsAs with any other career, keeping your goals in mind can help you stay on-track with your side hustle's schedule and motivate you on off days. If you don't see much potential for growth, set yourself a financial target. What's motivating you to put in all these extra hours? Whatever it is, write it down and refer back to it regularly."Who's the mystery guy giving me these side hustle hacks?" Let me fill you in...Hey there, I'm Simon Iams πŸ‘‹ I'm a certified financial planner and the founder of Check, Please. Check Please creates all the resources you need to achieve financial freedom once and for all. Think you'll never be able to dig yourself out of credit card debt? Think again, friend. I've yet to meet a money problem I can't solve...Resources to get your finances straightened out? I've got it covered...1) Take my two-minute quiz "Are you smart with money?" It'll show you how much you actually know about personal finance. Plus, on your result page, I'll give you some of my top-tier tips for saving.2) Download my budgeting worksheet. If balancing your expenses gives you a headache, print out this PDF ASAP. It'll get you crystal clear on what you've really been spending.3) Book a free session with me. Ready to switch up your finances for good? Talk to me today! Your first session is on the house (aka. you've got nothing to lose).Wait there's more – expect to see me in your inbox with tips for your side hustle πŸ™Œ
  • 6.
    Your next side hustle is... Renting Your Home
    Congratulations are in order, friend! By completing this quiz you've taken a big, bold step towards financial freedom. Based on your responses, your #1 side hustle is renting out your home *or a room in your home.* You're a people person with ample space...Services like Airbnb have made home renting one of the fastest growing side gigs, but it does require some work on your part. You'll be responsible for organizing your visitors' stays, offering them local recommendations, and cleaning up after they leave, so make sure the money is worth your time!β€œThe two most beautiful words in the English language are β€˜check enclosed.’” – Dorothy ParkerHow to make your side hustle work for you...1) Set a ScheduleOne way to ensure your side hustle's financial success is to set a schedule... and stick with it. Review your current timetable and decide how many hours a week you can spend working. It doesn't have to be an overwhelming commitment – even a couple hours will make a big difference in your bank account overtime.2) Know Your ExpensesMost side hustles require an investment of time and energy before you see any return. So don't set your sights on a gig if you haven't researched the costs involved and whether or not they suit your budget. For example, if you're interested in selling tie-dyed t-shirts, you'll have to spend on materials before kicking off your business.3) Set GoalsAs with any other career, keeping your goals in mind can help you stay on-track with your side hustle's schedule and motivate you on off days. If you don't see much potential for growth, set yourself a financial target. What's motivating you to put in all these extra hours? Whatever it is, write it down and refer back to it regularly."Who's the mystery guy giving me these side hustle hacks?" Let me fill you in...Hey there, I'm Simon Iams πŸ‘‹ I'm a certified financial planner and the founder of Check, Please. Check Please creates all the resources you need to achieve financial freedom once and for all. Think you'll never be able to dig yourself out of credit card debt? Think again, friend. I've yet to meet a money problem I can't solve...Resources to get your finances straightened out? I've got it covered...1) Take my two-minute quiz "Are you smart with money?" It'll show you how much you actually know about personal finance. Plus, on your result page, I'll give you some of my top-tier tips for saving.2) Download my budgeting worksheet. If balancing your expenses gives you a headache, print out this PDF ASAP. It'll get you crystal clear on what you've really been spending.3) Book a free session with me. Ready to switch up your finances for good? Talk to me today! Your first session is on the house (aka. you've got nothing to lose).Wait there's more – expect to see me in your inbox with tips for your side hustle πŸ™Œ
  • 7.
    Your next side hustle is... Buying and Reselling
    Congratulations are in order, friend! By completing this quiz you've taken a big, bold step towards financial freedom. Based on your responses, your #1 side hustle is buying and reselling.Lucky for you, buying and reselling is one of the fastest growing gigs, especially when it comes to clothing. Apps like Depop and Vinted make marketing your used items online simple!β€œThe two most beautiful words in the English language are β€˜check enclosed.’” – Dorothy ParkerHow to make your side hustle work for you...1) Set a ScheduleOne way to ensure your side hustle's financial success is to set a schedule... and stick with it. Review your current timetable and decide how many hours a week you can spend working. It doesn't have to be an overwhelming commitment – even a couple hours will make a big difference in your bank account overtime.2) Know Your ExpensesMost side hustles require an investment of time and energy before you see any return. So don't set your sights on a gig if you haven't researched the costs involved and whether or not they suit your budget. For example, if you're interested in selling tie-dyed t-shirts, you'll have to spend on materials before kicking off your business.3) Set GoalsAs with any other career, keeping your goals in mind can help you stay on-track with your side hustle's schedule and motivate you on off days. If you don't see much potential for growth, set yourself a financial target. What's motivating you to put in all these extra hours? Whatever it is, write it down and refer back to it regularly."Who's the mystery guy giving me these side hustle hacks?" Let me fill you in...Hey there, I'm Simon Iams πŸ‘‹ I'm a certified financial planner and the founder of Check, Please. Check Please creates all the resources you need to achieve financial freedom once and for all. Think you'll never be able to dig yourself out of credit card debt? Think again, friend. I've yet to meet a money problem I can't solve...Resources to get your finances straightened out? I've got it covered...1) Take my two-minute quiz "Are you smart with money?" It'll show you how much you actually know about personal finance. Plus, on your result page, I'll give you some of my top-tier tips for saving.2) Download my budgeting worksheet. If balancing your expenses gives you a headache, print out this PDF ASAP. It'll get you crystal clear on what you've really been spending.3) Book a free session with me. Ready to switch up your finances for good? Talk to me today! Your first session is on the house (aka. you've got nothing to lose).Wait there's more – expect to see me in your inbox with tips for your side hustle πŸ™Œ
  • 8.
    Your next side hustle is... Creating Things to Sell
    Congratulations are in order, friend! By completing this quiz you've taken a big, bold step towards financial freedom. Based on your responses, your #1 side hustle is making things – you're creative with an entrepreneurial drive.To get started, try uploading some of your creations to an online marketplace like Etsy, which makes selling your wares simple. On top of that, you can suss out the competition and see the most popular products in your niche.β€œThe two most beautiful words in the English language are β€˜check enclosed.’” – Dorothy ParkerHow to make your side hustle work for you...1) Set a ScheduleOne way to ensure your side hustle's financial success is to set a schedule... and stick with it. Review your current timetable and decide how many hours a week you can spend working. It doesn't have to be an overwhelming commitment – even a couple hours will make a big difference in your bank account overtime.2) Know Your ExpensesMost side hustles require an investment of time and energy before you see any return. So don't set your sights on a gig if you haven't researched the costs involved and whether or not they suit your budget. For example, if you're interested in selling tie-dyed t-shirts, you'll have to spend on materials before kicking off your business.3) Set GoalsAs with any other career, keeping your goals in mind can help you stay on-track with your side hustle's schedule and motivate you on off days. If you don't see much potential for growth, set yourself a financial target. What's motivating you to put in all these extra hours? Whatever it is, write it down and refer back to it regularly."Who's the mystery guy giving me these side hustle hacks?" Let me fill you in...Hey there, I'm Simon Iams πŸ‘‹ I'm a certified financial planner and the founder of Check, Please. Check Please creates all the resources you need to achieve financial freedom once and for all. Think you'll never be able to dig yourself out of credit card debt? Think again, friend. I've yet to meet a money problem I can't solve...Resources to get your finances straightened out? I've got it covered...1) Take my two-minute quiz "Are you smart with money?" It'll show you how much you actually know about personal finance. Plus, on your result page, I'll give you some of my top-tier tips for saving.2) Download my budgeting worksheet. If balancing your expenses gives you a headache, print out this PDF ASAP. It'll get you crystal clear on what you've really been spending.3) Book a free session with me. Ready to switch up your finances for good? Talk to me today! Your first session is on the house (aka. you've got nothing to lose).Wait there's more – expect to see me in your inbox with tips for your side hustle πŸ™Œ
  • 9.
    Your next side hustle is... Being a Handyman
    Congratulations are in order, friend! By completing this quiz you've taken a big, bold step towards financial freedom. Based on your responses, your #1 side hustle is being a handyman – you're a patient problem solver.β€œThe two most beautiful words in the English language are β€˜check enclosed.’” – Dorothy ParkerHow to make your side hustle work for you...1) Set a ScheduleOne way to ensure your side hustle's financial success is to set a schedule... and stick with it. Review your current timetable and decide how many hours a week you can spend working. It doesn't have to be an overwhelming commitment – even a couple hours will make a big difference in your bank account overtime.2) Know Your ExpensesMost side hustles require an investment of time and energy before you see any return. So don't set your sights on a gig if you haven't researched the costs involved and whether or not they suit your budget. For example, if you're interested in selling tie-dyed t-shirts, you'll have to spend on materials before kicking off your business.3) Set GoalsAs with any other career, keeping your goals in mind can help you stay on-track with your side hustle's schedule and motivate you on off days. If you don't see much potential for growth, set yourself a financial target. What's motivating you to put in all these extra hours? Whatever it is, write it down and refer back to it regularly."Who's the mystery guy giving me these side hustle hacks?" Let me fill you in...Hey there, I'm Simon Iams πŸ‘‹ I'm a certified financial planner and the founder of Check, Please. Check Please creates all the resources you need to achieve financial freedom once and for all. Think you'll never be able to dig yourself out of credit card debt? Think again, friend. I've yet to meet a money problem I can't solve...Resources to get your finances straightened out? I've got it covered...1) Take my two-minute quiz "Are you smart with money?" It'll show you how much you actually know about personal finance. Plus, on your result page, I'll give you some of my top-tier tips for saving.2) Download my budgeting worksheet. If balancing your expenses gives you a headache, print out this PDF ASAP. It'll get you crystal clear on what you've really been spending.3) Book a free session with me. Ready to switch up your finances for good? Talk to me today! Your first session is on the house (aka. you've got nothing to lose).Wait there's more – expect to see me in your inbox with tips for your side hustle πŸ™Œ
  • 10.
    Your next side hustle is... Helping People Move
    Congratulations are in order, friend! By completing this quiz you've taken a big, bold step towards financial freedom. Based on your responses, your #1 side hustle is helping people move. You're handy around the house and have enough muscle to do the job!β€œThe two most beautiful words in the English language are β€˜check enclosed.’” – Dorothy ParkerHow to make your side hustle work for you...1) Set a ScheduleOne way to ensure your side hustle's financial success is to set a schedule... and stick with it. Review your current timetable and decide how many hours a week you can spend working. It doesn't have to be an overwhelming commitment – even a couple hours will make a big difference in your bank account overtime.2) Know Your ExpensesMost side hustles require an investment of time and energy before you see any return. So don't set your sights on a gig if you haven't researched the costs involved and whether or not they suit your budget. For example, if you're interested in selling tie-dyed t-shirts, you'll have to spend on materials before kicking off your business.3) Set GoalsAs with any other career, keeping your goals in mind can help you stay on-track with your side hustle's schedule and motivate you on off days. If you don't see much potential for growth, set yourself a financial target. What's motivating you to put in all these extra hours? Whatever it is, write it down and refer back to it regularly."Who's the mystery guy giving me these side hustle hacks?" Let me fill you in...Hey there, I'm Simon Iams πŸ‘‹ I'm a certified financial planner and the founder of Check, Please. Check Please creates all the resources you need to achieve financial freedom once and for all. Think you'll never be able to dig yourself out of credit card debt? Think again, friend. I've yet to meet a money problem I can't solve...Resources to get your finances straightened out? I've got it covered...1) Take my two-minute quiz "Are you smart with money?" It'll show you how much you actually know about personal finance. Plus, on your result page, I'll give you some of my top-tier tips for saving.2) Download my budgeting worksheet. If balancing your expenses gives you a headache, print out this PDF ASAP. It'll get you crystal clear on what you've really been spending.3) Book a free session with me. Ready to switch up your finances for good? Talk to me today! Your first session is on the house (aka. you've got nothing to lose).Wait there's more – expect to see me in your inbox with tips for your side hustle πŸ™Œ