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I'm thinking about starting a side business for some extra cash per month (hoping about 4-8 hours of working). I currently work as a Senior Systems Analyst and am very good at programming, however I'm not sure what route to go. Many people have said basically take your "hobby" and turn it

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    shawnonline
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    I'm thinking about starting a side business for some extra cash per month

    (hoping about 4-8 hours of working). I currently work as a Senior Systems

    Analyst and am very good at programming, however I'm not sure what route to

    go. Many people have said basically take your "hobby" and turn it into a

    side business. My hobbies include : walking, exercising, helping others

    out with finances, studying the bible, reading, theology.



    Any ideas for getting a list of side businesses ideas? My biggest problem

    is coming up with the idea. If I can't find something I might actually do

    hourly work for an employer.








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    Meghan Noecker
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    At 07:25 AM 3/22/2008, you wrote:



    >I'm thinking about starting a side business for some extra cash per month

    >(hoping about 4-8 hours of working). I currently work as a Senior Systems

    >Analyst and am very good at programming, however I'm not sure what route to

    >go. Many people have said basically take your "hobby" and turn it into a

    >side business. My hobbies include : walking, exercising, helping others

    >out with finances, studying the bible, reading, theology.





    walking - walking dogs (assuming you like them). A lot of people are

    willing to pay somebody to come by and walk their dog.



    finance classes - perhaps a small group of 5-10 people at a time so

    that you can charge a rate that isn't too high per person, but would

    be worth your time. You could teach some basics and let them ask

    questions as well.





    Meghan & the Zoo Crew

    http://www.zoocrewphoto.com








  3. #3
    shawnonline
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    Thanks for these ideas.

    Shawn



    > walking - walking dogs (assuming you like them). A lot of people are

    > willing to pay somebody to come by and walk their dog.

    >

    > finance classes - perhaps a small group of 5-10 people at a time so

    > that you can charge a rate that isn't too high per person, but would

    > be worth your time. You could teach some basics and let them ask

    > questions as well.

    >

    > Meghan & the Zoo Crew








 

 

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