I turned my side hustle into a full-time job paying £10k a month – here are my 3 top tips for wannabe entrepreneurs

A WOMAN who turned her side job into a full-time job paying £10,000 a month has revealed her top three tips for people wanting to be entrepreneurs.

Tara Rule, 41, turned down a job as vice president of a major tech company last year so she could start a new career as a business coach.

Sara earns £10,000 a month after quitting her job

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Sara earns £10,000 a month after quitting her jobCredit: tararulecoaching
She is currently a full-time business coach

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She is currently a full-time business coachCredit: tararulecoaching

For two years, she spent evenings and weekends setting up a new business and gradually building her brand on social media.

Finally, when she quit the company, she was ready on her path to success.

Tara has consistently made £10,000 a month since working full time for her.

Now she’s revealed her top three tips for anyone looking to pursue her success.

She told Show: “Find out what you’re good at and enjoy doing. That’s the real sweet spot of happiness.

“Secondly, don’t take advice from people who haven’t tried.

“So people often mean the best by offering advice, but in reality, they’re not experts and don’t know the answer or the future.

Finally, Tara added: “Have a vision and talk to your cheerleaders about it.

“Find people who believe in your dreams as much as you do and tell them all about it.”

It comes after one man revealed how he made £2,000 with the hustle and bustle of the Wimbledon team – adding that he would rather sit at home and make money than go to the championship.

Russell Falcon

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