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6 basic essentials for turning a side project into a legit business

So many of us have a side project running at any given point - or at least wish we had one. Maybe it’s writing a children’s book, selling screen printed tees on Etsy, photography, or designing a mobile game. Rather than being a big time suck that impacts your day job, research has shown that side projects actually improve one’s work performance and productivity. When we have time to explore what we’re passionate about, we’re more driven, creative, and happy with everything we do.
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