Juggling As A Business

In a post from August I mentioned that Tim Ferriss suggests creating a Dreamline. My Dreamline includes some of my hobbies and taking these talents to the next level.

Within the next 6 months I have made a goal to get paid for a juggling gig. I used to juggle for childrens birthday’s and other events. The most I ever got paid was maybe $40…not bad for being a 12 or 13 years old. I think I could charge $100 now, throw in a few card tricks…I’m golden.

Today I decided if I ever wanted to book a juggling gig, I better practice. So I gathered up my equpiment and headed down to the park, where wouldn’t you know it, there was a birthday picnic happening…


So, I figure- I gave the first performance away for free, but the next time It’ll pay off. And, YES, I had a blast!


Mike Toner

Based in Alexandria, Virginia Michael is the Manager of Social Media at Navy Federal Credit Union. By evening, he's a husband, dog owner and runner. Toner writes about social media strategy, tools, training and best practices for social and digital marketing programs.


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