Welcome to the next Side Jam Interview! In this week’s post, you’ll learn more about Brian, who’s been blogging about personal finance for several years. He actually manages several blogs, all in his spare time.
We’ll explore what makes blogging so awesome, how you could potentially make money blogging, and why it’s so much harder than you’d think it would be. (And I will be the very first to wholeheartedly agree with that sentiment!)
Brian’s got quite a bit of knowledge and experience under his belt. In addition to blogging about money and other finance topics, he and his family successfully dug themselves out of debt. And he’s using his real-life experiences to carry the message forward to others.
Side Jam Interview #6 – Selling Products on Amazon
Hey everybody! Thanks for stopping by for the next Side Jam Interview!
When I started this interview series a month and a half ago, the main purpose was to highlight unique, interesting, and creative ways to make extra money on the side.
I wanted to interview people about side hustles they’ve tried, and find out the real scoop:
Is it legit or a scam?
Were you able to make money?
How much effort was involved?
Did it require any prior skills?
Was it ultimately worth the time put into it?
And the responses I’ve been getting do not disappoint. Not only have I been receiving an impressive amount of information, but the enthusiasm infused with each response has been absolutely infectious!
I honestly feel so blessed to not only work with some truly amazing folks, but also because of the connections I’m making. Yes, believe it or not, this self-proclaimed introvert is starting to network.
With this next installment, I’ll be introducing Marc who started an online business with his wife. They were able to manage a successful business selling products on Amazon, and basically made a killing!
Hearing great stories like this really keep me motivated to continue doing what I’m doing. Not necessarily because I expect to have this massive success myself. (Although there’s no true reason why that couldn’t happen.) But because I love sharing the good that’s out there in the world.
I want others to realize they can try new things, learn a new skill, and find interesting ways to make money on the side. If it exists in your imagination, there’s more than likely a way to turn it into reality.
Side Jam Interview #5 – House Hacking to Save and Make Money
Hey everyone, welcome back! This week’s Side Jam Interview is all about house hacking.
You’ll be hearing from Riley, who blogs at Young and the Invested. His writing focuses on younger professionals who are just getting started with their careers.
Delivered from the Millennial perspective, Riley highlights the shift from more traditional financial advice to meet the unique needs of the younger generation. Also, he’s a super nice guy, and an all-around professional.
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And now, here is more about Riley:
Riley is a licensed CPA in the state of Louisiana, and works as a Senior Financial Analyst for a Fortune 500 company in New Orleans. He also has a personal finance blog called Young and the Invested, where he helps young professionals discover financial independence.