6 Common Mistakes Side Hustlers Make and How to Avoid Them

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Andre Spicer, a business professor, was delighted when his 5-year-old daughter expressed interest in an entrepreneurial endeavor. He couldn’t have foreseen the outcome, though: a firsthand lesson in side hustle mistakes and a nearly $200 fine, according to a July article in the Telegraph.

Spicer and his daughter decided on a lemonade stand and set up shop on a busy sidewalk near their London home. They quickly attracted customers and sold out.

Unfortunately, the father-daughter duo also attracted the attention of local law enforcement.

An officer approached and “read a lengthy legal statement—the gist of which was that because my daughter didn’t have a trading permit, she would be fined £150,” Spicer wrote, an amount equal to about $200. His daughter burst into tears and repeatedly asked, “Have I done a bad thing?”

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