How to be a brand consultant – Stephanie McDonald for Side Hustle Sunday

Side Hustle Series

Did you know your side hustle could easily become a successful business with the right help?

Stefanie Mcdonald joins us today sharing how she became a brand consultant, her tips plus what her business does. She’s a mum of one and lives in NYC. The Pretty Grind is her business and I love the intro to it on her site:

“The Pretty Grind was founded by women who have had their backs against the wall, and have wondered how they were going to move forward. It’s made up of women from all walks of life who are ready to take the next steps in business. These women are always on their grind, and they know how to make something out of nothing.”

You can find Stefanie on The Pretty Grind, or follow The Pretty Grind on Instagram.

What do you do?

I teach entrepreneurs how to turn their hustles into structured businesses and brands.

How much do you make?

$25-$500 depending on what they’re looking for.

How and why did you get into it?

I’ve always been very resourceful and knowledgeable in business. I’ve had a few businesses (physical and digital), I love entrepreneurship, and I love helping people. I decided to combine those things and make money from it.

What are the pros?

The pros are helping people build something that they created, and helping them see how big it can become if they work hard at it.

What are the cons?

The cons are that sometimes people are not willing to work hard enough for themselves. Sometimes I believe in them more than they do and it makes it a little harder to do my job.

What do you wish you had done differently?

I wish I would’ve started this earlier before it became popular to host webinars and create e-books.

What tips would you give others?

Just get started. Don’t wait for the perfect moment. You’ll be waiting forever.

Currently I’m promoting a free 25+ page Business Plan Workbook FREE when you join our mailing list. Go to www.theprettygrind.com and you’ll see the link to sign up.

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