First of all, how are you and your family doing in these COVID-19 times?
Brian Meiggs: Thank you for asking. Thankfully, my family and I are all safe. We are using precautionary measures to stay safe during these times.
Tell us about you, your career, how you founded Gigs Done Right.
Brian Meiggs: I’m the creator behind Gigs Done Right.
Gigs Done Right’s mission is to share valuable information regarding the gig economy to everyone from beginners looking to start a side hustle to gig economy veterans trying to expand their empire. We even share common questions that people using gig apps may have, such as, do you tip on Instacart?
Gigs Done Right is planning on being the go-to source for all things gig-related. We cover a wide range of gig economy opportunities, including rideshare, win money apps, delivery, scooter charging, tasks, caretaking, property rental, and everything in between so you can make money online fast.
How does Gigs Done Right innovate?
Brian Meiggs: We share and review new gig apps so people can continue to earn money even during the pandemic.
How the coronavirus pandemic affects your business, and how are you coping?
Brian Meiggs: The pandemic definitely had an impact on the business or the bottom line. A lot of advertisers and affiliate companies that we were working with have slowed down their advertising spend or eliminated their programs, which reduced revenue for our business. We shifted to creating even more content to bring in more traffic to make up for the difference.
Did you have to make difficult choices, and what are the lessons learned?
Brian Meiggs: There were several difficult choices that were made in the past. One that comes to mind is whether or not I want to sell some of the websites that I created. I was even offered a six-figure offer for some of my websites late last year. I ended up declining the offer because I feel like my mission hasn’t been completed yet. While there are a lot of websites in my niche, I want to provide the best possible content for our readers and grow even larger. I learned not to be heavily motivated by money but by the value of helping others can really help your goals and happiness.
How do you deal with stress and anxiety, how do you project yourself and Gigs Done Right in the future?
Brian Meiggs: Stress and anxiety can be calmed down through a healthy routine. This means staying active, eating right, getting enough sleep, and all the other basic necessities. I plan to continue this healthy mindset within my own life and in our company’s values.
Who are your competitors? And how do you plan to stay in the game?
Brian Meiggs: There are a ton of competitors in the personal finance niche. I plan to stay in the game by not only showing others how to earn money in the gig economy but emphasize how to still enjoy a fruitful life. A lot of other blogs simply tell people how to make the xxx amount of money but forget the most important part you’re giving up your time to earn this. So sharing only products or gig apps that are worth a user’s time is what we are all about.
Your final thoughts?
Brian Meiggs: I just wanted to thank you for reading my story and learning a bit about me. If I learned anything throughout this process, it is that I would say the best way to invest is in yourself. Never stop learning or teaching yourself new skills. Every day you should be better than the day before. What do you want in life? Go out and get it. Perseverance is failing 19 times and succeeding the 20th.
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