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Sharon Singh Sidhu

Helping corporate mums create multiple income streams through side gigs. Started side gigs that generated $30k. Sharing the process and lessons - get my newsletter to hear more

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5 Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Start A Side Hustle

Hello Reader, I made $30,000 in my side hustles as a full-time working mother. I’m not saying this to show off, but to show it’s possible for you. It took me almost a decade to figure this out. Sure, some tactical strategies and skills took time to learn. But the main reason it took so long was how fast and willing I was to change myself. Specifically, there were 5 mental leaps I had to take. If you’re a corporate employee with dreams of making multiple income streams from your side hustle,...

about 10 hours ago • 3 min read

Hello Reader, We're almost halfway through 2024. Have you taken a moment to review how your first half of 2024 has been? What do you want to focus on for the second half of 2024? I just completed my May review. I do a weekly and monthly review, where I ask: What went well? What didn't? What do I want to drop or change up? My goal in 2024 is to streamline and focus on doing 1 or 2 things well. This includes making friends on LinkedIn and sharing my lessons and insights about career, money, and...

14 days ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader, I've noticed this trend recently. A lot of successful people are saying the same thing. The single most important ingredient to their success has been Patience They've said it in different ways, like Delusion Stupidity Putting in the reps But they all point to this singular spirit of having patience. Patience to do the work.Patience to practice and improve.Patience to continue even when it's boring.Patience to allow the seeds they planted to bear fruit. Yet in our modern life,...

21 days ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader, I've noticed this trend recently. A lot of successful people are saying the same thing. The single most important ingredient to their success has been Patience They've said it in different ways, like Delusion Stupidity Putting in the reps But they all point to this singular spirit of having patience. Patience to do the work.Patience to practice and improve.Patience to continue even when it's boring.Patience to allow the seeds they planted to bear fruit. Yet in our modern life,...

21 days ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader, Do you know what a dream career means to you? making the money you need for the lifestyle you want? doing work that matters and uses your talents and strengths? giving you the time you need to pick your kids up from school every day? If you want to design a dream career, you have to know what matters to you, so you know when a career supports what matters to you or takes it away from you. Most people won't give this much thought. The default is to pick the job that pays you the...

24 days ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader, Ever feel confused like you don't know what to do next in your career? Should you stay in your job or leave? Should you ask for a pay increase or keep quiet? Should you challenge your boss about that performance review or suck it up? Wouldn't it be nice to talk to someone you can trust, who has the experience and expertise to guide you through these decisions and what to do next? That's what working with a career coach (like me!) can help you with. But if you're not ready to...

25 days ago • 1 min read

'I think I want to drop out.' My son says to me. He's just started a coding assignment in the military. Out of the 7 selected for this unit, he's the only one without any coding experience. 'I'm slowing everyone down. They're all ahead in the assignments.' When things get hard, it's natural to feel like giving up. So I asked him, 'Is this something you want to learn and do?' 'Yes.' he said. So I said, 'Then you'll have to be prepared it will be hard in the beginning because you're trying to...

27 days ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader, Most of us run from pain. It's hardwired into us. Everything we do is solely to avoid pain and danger, increase satisfaction and ease, and stay alive. This is how we've survived as a species. There's an inbuilt bias in us to look out for danger and anything negative that could harm us. It worked well in ancient times. Not so much now when we're no longer living in the wilderness. But our hardwire still hasn't been upgraded. We're still running on version 1.0. So whenever we...

28 days ago • 1 min read

Reader, I've seen too many people end up in the wrong jobs. Doing work they struggle to do and still not meet the expectations of the job, much less excel at it. Most people get into careers they think will make them the most money, and provide the greatest financial stability, only to find out they hate what they're doing, at risk of losing their jobs. By then, it's too late, because they have bills to pay, a mortgage and loans to service, and kids to send to school. So they drag themselves...

29 days ago • 2 min read

It doesn't have to be complicated. It really doesn't. A lot of what we do to complicate really simple things is just that. Our thoughts, feelings, and stories we create in our heads that don't help us cut through the noise to see things clearly. As an overthinking, over-anxious, chronic worrier and miss-worst-case scenario, I'm an expert at making up elaborate stories in my head until I get myself worked up into a frenzy over nothing. It's happened enough times that when I catch myself doing...

about 1 month ago • 1 min read
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