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Seven ingredients for a successful side project

Prunella Clough

A successful side project takes more than enthusiasm and a desire to have fun, writes Jory MacKay for Fast Company.

Side projects are exciting. They offer the prospect of building something from nothing – something of your own. And whether they are successful or not, side projects can change your life. But side projects also require a lot of time, money, motivation and hard work with the prospect of failure a constant demon on your shoulder.

But, if you are thinking of starting a side project this year, Jory Mackay, editor of The Startup, one of Medium’s largest publications, has seven tips for making it a success:

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Source Article: Starting A Side Project In 2018? Here’s How To Make It Successful
Author(s): Jory MacKay
Publisher: Fast Company