New Sideliners quickly discover they cannot remain alone in operating their small business, even if they initially have no helpers, or employees. In fact, everyone they deal with, in any aspect of formulating, distributing, selling, or purchasing their product or service can positively or negatively impact the organization’s business. All these people are ‘teammates’ whether you want them to be or not.

Jim Clark’s Sideline Story

As I scoured through student job prospects, I decided to rule out low pay-high hours work, as well as jobs with set hours during school time. There weren’t many.  In perusing another rag sheet I saw the posting “part-time church janitor with apartment”, near my...
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A college student’s guide to Time Management – A Book by and for College Students

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Applied Case Examples

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Managing Change with your Sideline by Sideline Teammates

While we’re repeatedly told change is a good thing, it doesn’t always seem that way especially when we’ve put a lot of work into our small business activity and would like things to remain constant for a while longer . Click here for...
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Your Friends and Family May Not Support Your Developing a Sideline to Help Pay For School

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Furnace Filter Replacement Sideline

Summary:  My name is Robert.  By nature I’m pretty quiet and even shy.  The idea of starting my own Sideline was pretty petrifying – I grew up in a very reclusive family, and have generally not be a joiner.  I’m a good student in college, majoring in environmental...
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Handling Performance Issues With Your Sideline

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Science Says You Should Pay For Experiences Not Things

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Planning For Success With Your Sideline

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Unobtrusive Measures of Success

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