While money is not the most important part of deciding what path you want to follow for a side venture, it certainly is something to be considered. If your objective is to be able to transition into a retirement with an established business you can scale up, you do not to be stuck in a venture which require trading a lot of your time for little money. The purpose of starting the venture is to be able to
free up more of your time to enjoy life and not be tied down to the daily grind. So lets look at a some of the most popular side ventures people are starting up and see how much money you can realistically make at these and how much time is required. With this type of evaluation, you can make better informed decisions for what you really want to do and not be influenced by all the
marketing and hype out there. If there are other ventures not listed which you want to see on this list, please feel free to submit a
Blogger: Writing posts and articles about specific topics targeted to an audience. This can be your own
blog that you set up and manage or you can write for someone else’s blog and get paid for the content
you provide. If this is your own blog, income is generated by placing advertising on the blog or selling a
product or service to followers of the blog.
Makes corrections and notes as needed.
safe, plays with them an takes them for walks.
to specific audience groups.
advertising copy, sales material or books.
apps, games, publications, blogs, etc. This includes logos and illustrations for manuals.
play more sophisticated music and/or improve their performance playing in a band or orchestra.
acquire desired items, to save time for the clients.
articles, etc.) and/or creating artwork to be sold.
performance in classes and on exams.