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Turn A Hobby Into A Business
May 15, 2022

Career Redo Success Club

Career Change Challenges,
Creative Solutions!

, Turn A Hobby Into A Business

May 15, 2022 - Issue #0041

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  • Turn a Hobby into a Business.

  • 12 IDEAS

  • Video


Turn a Hobby into a Business

If you current job is just not fulfilling and you are searching for a new role that can be more satisfying? It may be time to rethink!

Here is a short story.

My two brothers and I were taught by my Dad to fix things when they broke. As we became teenagers that meant when the car had a problem, it was up to us to fix it.

I came to love cars and working on them. Changing the oil and filter, rotating tires, adjusting the carburetor, installing new brake pads and so on.

So when Dad bought a 1960 Chevy Impala 2-door hardtop for my brothers and me to use in high school and college, we worked on it too. I learned a lot doing that and I enjoyed it.

With 125,000 miles on it, Dad put it in Grandpa’s barn rather than trade it in because it had been such a good car. Years later, I pulled it out of the barn and towed it to my house garage and started restoring it. It took a while, but it was so satisfying.

Why am I telling you this story? Because restoration of a classic car could be a great subject for an online website to make extra money. Providing tips, photos with questions and answers could attract significant traffic.

Think of all the affiliate relationships you could have with parts suppliers, tools, Amazon products and so on.

You enjoy working on it and you get to help others in their journey.


Now I want to give you some ideas for your consideration to start your own online business, even while you are in your current role. Since all of us are different, we have different interest. You may not be a car enthusiast, but you may enjoy needle working.

So with that in mind, here are 12 niches for your consideration:

  1. Cookbook publisher
  2. Dog Lover Tips
  3. Virtual Assistant
  4. Online Piano Teacher
  5. Social Media Marketer
  6. Vintage Comic Book Reseller
  7. Thank You Note Writer
  8. Online Travel Magazine
  9. Tutor
  10. Online Cooking Class Provider
  11. Copywriter
  12. Cartoon Artist


Thank You Note Writer Video

Since most of us have no idea on how to start an online business, there is a great, useful Action Guide that helps walk you through the process. And help is included all along the way.

To get a comprehensive overview of Solo Build It!, who it is for and what it does this explanation is for you

I do hope this has given you a few ideas on how to make a change even while in your current role.

Here we are again. I would love to help you get the answers you need in your career change process. Please feel free to contact me with your questions or comments. Mention that you question comes from our newsletter section and I will place the response in this section for all of our readers.

All the best,

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