Remember: every episode is now available on YouTube! You can still find us on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, and Google Play, as well (links at the top of every page). This is just one more offering, because THE HUSTLE NEVER STOPS.
On this week’s episode, Amy, Jeff, and Bill are joined by Curtis Gardner to talk about his start in the clothing business and how to grow beyond a one-person operation — or even get started in that direction.
Amy, Jeff, and Bill discuss the ins and outs of sponsorship from both sides of the coin. What makes a good sponsorship? How do you find sponsors? And is it okay to just walk away?
Thanks to our top supporters this week: Luis Gonzalez and Ryan O’Horo, as well as everyone on Patreon. Thank you all so much! Please consider supporting Makers’ Hustle on Patreon – every dollar helps us keep making this show! Continue reading →
Thanks to Luis Gonzalez, Ryan O’Horo, Dave Bauer, Elaine Go, and everyone on Patreon for supporting the show! Please support Makers’ Hustle on Patreon — every dollar really helps.
On this week’s episode, Amy, Jeff, and Bill talk about how to keep yourself and your business safe – or at least as safe as you can. With no support network in place, small businesses can fall apart when something goes wrong. Here’s how to build that support network.
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On this week’s episode, Amy, Jeff, and Bill talk about what to do when life doesn’t go according to plan. Being able to adapt and shift gears is crucial if you want to keep your Hustle going when things don’t go exactly how you planned.
On this week’s episode, Amy, Jeff, and Bill talk about the difference between working in the business and working on the business. They’re both important, but when you’re a full-time Maker, finding the right balance is crucial.
On this week’s episode, we are joined by guest Bonnie Burton to talk about “Art versus Craft.” The art world is an exclusive club, but why is that? What’s the difference between high art, low art, and craft? If so, why, and who came up with it? And how does this matter if you’re a Maker trying to strike out on your own? (Recorded November 6, 2016)
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Congratulations to this week’s winner, Brian Prusa! You’re getting a Makers’ Hustle necklace!
On this week’s episode, we are joined by guest Laura Kampf to talk about “Concept, Communication, Continuity, then Creativity.” Laura explains that she is often praised for her creativity, but in a business venture, creativity is far less important than a strong concept and clear communication.
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Congratulations to this week’s winner, David Thompson! You’re getting a 3D printed keychain from Jeff!
On this week’s episode, we discuss how art, making, and current events are intertwined. You can’t separate making from real life, and you can’t separate real life from making. They influence each other constantly. When you go out into the world and “feed your brain,” you bring that into your making and your art. The creative sense is fueled by society and the world around us. It only gets worse from here, folks. Read on.
This week, it’s all Jeff all the time. Our own Mr. Moore schools the Hustle crew about money, how to be smart with it, and strategies for making more of it. Amy and Bill are also present, but Jeff’s passion really comes through in this one.
Thanks to Luis Gonzalez and everyone on Patreon for supporting the show! Please support the show on Patreon — every dollar really helps. You could win cool stuff, like our supporter The Maker Monkey who won a SurlyRamics necklace!