27 Part Journey to Starting a Side Hustle — Day Twenty-Six

Photo by Cathryn Lavery on Unsplash

Two left in this 27 part journey and I couldn’t be more excited. I’ve come a long way over these last 27 days and for the first time in my life, I’m actually taking action to fulfill my dreams. While I may not be launching the service that is going to set me financially free, I think I’m putting down a solid foundation to get there over the next few weeks/months. I’m currently still editing the video and creating the lesson plan that I was working on yesterday.

From the videos perspective, I’ve realized that while I capture a ton of footage, I need to be more organized with how and where I store it. I shoot on three different cameras and trying to remember what footage is where is a nightmare. I’m deleting everything from all my devices and starting clean. Also, I have my footage/media saved in three different locations which just causes a bunch of headache because not all the media is stored all in one place. I’m going to be dedicating some time to clean this up and centralize my backup strategies. I now have all the unedited footage in Davinci and I’m ready to start editing. This is not going to be a pretty video, but it’s going to get me started.

Overall, what I’m learning is that keeping documentation is super important. As I get ready to wrap up this 27 part series, I can’t help but think what I’m going to do in 2020. I know that I’ll be posting something daily as this is going to be one of my new year resolutions. I also know that I want to create video content as much as possible and post as much as possible. Right now I’m not sure what that’s going to look like, but depending on how posting my first video goes, I can see myself posting at least once a week.

I have a lot to share with the world and this side hustle is only the beginning. I’m going to see this project through and I will get it to generate me some income. Well enough writing for now. I still have an hour before the kids wake up and I plan on having some draft of my video finished by then. Look for it on my social media later today and on the apetech university website/facebook brand page.

Thank you all for your support. I’m almost at 450 views! I can’t wait to cross over to 500 views.

I’m an engineer working professionally in San Diego, CA. I’m trying to improve every day and use this space to document. Connect: apetech.me/social