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hustle

verb A regional term meaning to engage dubious and often illegal activity so as to buy or sell drugs.
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The side hustle has become a way for full-time employees to stretch their creative muscles, test new products or fund annual vacations without sacrificing the security of traditional employment.
A side hustle can be as small as a few hours a week driving for Uber, or as big as the creation of a new product that scales into your main source of income.
"I decided to turn a deaf ear and focus on my hustles.
Friends, she says, can also bring the various hustles to the knee, especially if they keep getting your products or services on credit.Advice: You need to be well-prepared and know what you are getting yourself into.
monetise your side hustle, I would strongly urge you not to make it your primary goal.
Furthermore, millennials, more than any other age group, are more likely to have a side hustle. The (https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/22/these-are-millennials-favorite-side-hustles-and-heres-how-much-theyre-earning.html) study found  that 51 percent of millennials have at least one occasional side job that they rely on for extra cash flow. 
Back in the day we called it "moonlighting," but whatever you call it, creating a "side hustle" is an ideal way to test the waters before quitting the day job.
Of course, you can't keep going full pelt forever - but I can vouch for the power of setting yourself a debt goal for your side hustle and getting to it.
Third, a well-managed side hustles can pull more weight than we give them credit for.
Oyer added that he "wouldn't be surprised" if the popularity of side hustles exhibited a steady upswing, both previously and in the future.
The two other players (1 and 2) will hustle to the spot to play defense, with the loser (2 in this case) going to the arrow.