He added a Neil Diamond impression to his comedy act as a 24-year-old, with the Diamond bit emerging as his most entertaining.
When he started, he made about $1,500 per show-up until 2007, when he took a ten-year break when his daughter was born.
2. Re-Selling Business
One person’s “trash” becomes another person’s treasure—and brings in extra income for Lisa Hill of Portland, Oregon.
Under the name of Lisa’s
Furniture and More, Hill has been selling furniture online—a side hustle turned into a full-time business—since 2017.