Issue #46

Start a Side Project

Whatever good things we build end up building us. ― Jim Rohn
Start a Side Project

Inspiration Bits is a side-project. It lets me explore one of my creative sides that I don’t get a chance to tackle at work.

There is an off-chance that in the future this turns into a day job, but that’s not the goal. The goal us to explore creativity, inspiration, motivation, work, and life. The goal is to improve my writing skills, to connect with like-minded creatives, and most of all, to inspire people to take action.

And it’s been very rewarding in that regard, thanks to you. It helps me grow as a person, as a creative, and as a professional. And for a side-project, that’s more than good enough.

The Psychology of Side Projects: How Creative Projects Improve Our Performance at Everything

Having a side project or a hobby can make you happier, healthier, and more productive.

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Why ‘Side Projects’ Matter?

A side project is the thing you do that makes you happy, the thing you do that excites you, and it could, in the end, become the thing that puts food on your table.

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Finding the Energy to Work on Your Side Hustle

Work hard for a couple of hours, and then call it quits. You’ll get the same amount done, you’ll be much less stressed, and you won’t burn yourself out.

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How to Talk about Your Side Projects

Talk about your side projects whenever you get a chance. Start with the problem, talk about how you approached it, share the challenges you faced, express the outcome of your efforts, and end by defining what you’d do differently if you had to do it all over again.

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Ship Your Side Project — Even If It Sucks

The road to your best ideas and greatest successes will be riddled with failures, so muster up that courage and face your fears. It’s really important to put your work out there.

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Until Next Week

Do you have any side projects or hobbies? What are they? Hit reply and let me know.

Zoran Jambor
Inspiration Bits