A thousand bucks seem to be a magical amount of money folks get excited when they think about it. I mean, seriously – who couldn’t use an extra $1,000?
Let’s see…we could get ahead of some bills, pay some debt, and maybe treat ourselves in the process. What often stops us dead in our tracks is the execution. Like, what is one supposed to do to make an extra $1,000 per month that doesn’t involve overtime or a part-time job?
Well, that’s what I want to talk to you about today. This doesn’t involve any coins either. Today, I’m going to be talking about totally FREE courses that will teach you how to make $1,000 or more per month!
See, I know it’s hard out there. When you’re just getting started with your side-hustle ambitions, you don’t want to spend a bunch of money on something you don’t even know whether you’re going to be committed to or not.
With that said, here are three different free courses and one webinar. All of these will teach you what you need to know if you’re interested in proofreading, virtual assistance, freelance writing, or selling on Amazon FBA.
General Proofreading is a highly engaging webinar that will help you learn the skills needed to become a freelance proofreader. This general proofreading webinar shares knowledge about becoming a proofreader for bloggers, website owners, authors, etc. If you’re interested in general proofreading, click here to sign up for the webinar.
In this free e-course, you will learn exactly what you need to learn before going into to this side hustle or potential career. The very first lesson touches on the qualities that make a successful virtual assistant.
You’ll also receive a lesson on over 125 services that a virtual assistant can offer potential clients. Not only that, you will learn how much you should charge, where you should look for clients, and how to approach those clients for paying gigs.
This course was created by Gina Horkey from Horkey Handbook. She makes over ten figures each month offering virtual assistant and freelance writing services. I feel confident that you’ll get some good information from her on becoming a virtual assistant and making your first $1,000. Click here to get your copy of the list of services you can offer.
Many people think that the freelance writing field is oversaturated, but there is plenty of room for newcomers to make good money. If you’re interested in freelance writing and just don’t know where to start, this action-packed free e-course is one you want to sign up for.
In the free course, you will receive lessons on choosing what to write about, creating your first writing sample, how to show your work, where to look for clients, and how to pitch clients. Over 6,000 people have signed up for Gina’s course (including me!) and I wouldn’t recommend it if I didn’t think it would help you learn the ins and outs of becoming a freelance writer. By the way, the last time I published an income report that included my freelance writing, I earnings over $1,000. Freelance writing is a very good hustle.
Click here to sign up for the 5-day free e-course to kick start your freelance writing career.
This free course is a little different from the general proofreading webinar mentioned above. This is an intro course to a proofreading course that covers a more technical field like court reporting, etc..
However, if you’re interested in proofreading in general, it may be to your advantage to take the free webinar listed above and this free intro proofreading course to see which type of proofreading you like best. Click here to learn more about the free 7 days Proofreading Intro Course.
This course is quite popular because everyone wants to know how Jessica makes 6 figures selling on Amazon.
Jessica created a full boot camp for those serious about learning how to sell on Amazon; however, the free 7-day email course should help you determine whether or not it’s for you or not.
This course will teach you the things you could sell on Amazon to make money and the tools you should use to help you save you time and money.
I follow quite a few people on Instagram that sell on Amazon and it’s a pretty decent side-hustle.If you want to follow along, search the following hashtags: #amazonfba and #amazonseller
Wrapping Thangs Up
Now, let me just wrap thangs up by saying — that extra $1,000 or more per month is only going to come if you’re willing to work for it.
You will never see me or hear me telling someone else about some get-rich-quick scheme. I’m not about that life.
If you’re willing to explore a few different side-hustles, regardless of whether they are online or offline, I don’t doubt you will find something that works for you.
So, if any of the above sounds interesting to you, sign up for the free resources and get your hustle on.
Are any of you proofreaders, virtual assistance, freelance writers, or Amazon sellers? If not, what’s your side-hustle?