A lot of young adults, myself included, followed the traditional career model growing up. You get good grades in high school. Then you go to college, work hard, do an internship, try to network, then graduate. After a lot of job applications and a couple years working low wage jobs, you land an entry level position in your field and everything is good. You slowly work your way up and get progressively more and more money. That’s how it’s supposed to work right? Continue reading Why Entrepreneurship and Side Hustles Are Becoming More Popular
I have never liked working for others, that’s a fact. I got my first job when I was 16 working for a guy who did a lot of odd jobs. Mowing lawns, installing docks, shrink-wrapping boats, things like that. I had a few other manual labor jobs because that’s the best I could get as a teenager and the pay was decent. I never had a great work ethic because these jobs were not careers to me, they were temporary jobs to help me pay for college and other expenses. Continue reading People Who Inspire Me: Sir Richard Branson
I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has helped contribute to Hustle Planet. Whether you read a couple articles, follow us on Instagram, or subscribe to us on WordPress, it is very much appreciated. I have big plans for this website and without you all viewing my content none of it would work. Continue reading Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Hustle Planet!
The holidays are a great time of year. Friends, family, and co-workers gather together and bond with each other. People tend to be in a better mood and there’s a different feeling in the air. Another common theme is to make a new year’s resolution. A lot of us brush this under the rug, myself included, because I’ve always thought it was pretty lame. Continue reading Make 2019 Your Best Year
One of my new favorite shows is Mad Men, a show about a group of men and women who work for a 1960’s marketing agency on the famous Madison Avenue in New York City. It is an excellent show that highlights the culture and sometimes absurdity of that decade. The biggest thing I think about, however, is the huge difference between how marketing was done back then and now. Continue reading The New Era of Digital Marketing