Creating Multiple Income Streams to Eliminate $100k of Debt – with J from Millennial Boss

Creating Multiple Income Streams to Eliminate $100k of Debt

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Earlier this week, I caught up with J from Millennial Boss. This 28-year-old working professional / entrepreneur sets huge goals for herself and crushes them. J was dealing with around $100,000 in debt from student loans, credit cards, and a new car. Through creating multiple sources of income for herself, she was able to annihilate that debt in 18 short months.

Her next big goal is to become a millionaire by 30 … Yes. Not a typo. 30.

About Our Guest:  J from Millennial Boss

By day, J is a trailblazing tech industry professional in the pacific northwest.

By night, she runs at Etsy store, a blog, a podcast and is always on the look out for her newest opportunity to diversify and grow her income.

J from Millennial Boss
J from Millennial Boss

She also loves her dog, secretly wants to be a mountain woman and can’t decide whether she wants to travel indefinitely or be a homebody.

What are we covering today?

J and I discuss:

  • How she accumulated $100k in debt
  • What income streams she used to crush the mountain of debt in 18 months
  • Her ambitious goals for becoming a millionaire by 30

The secret to millionaire success is no secret. It’s all about eliminating your high-interest debts and creating multiple sources of income. If you want to make more money and become a future millionaire like J will, you will not want to miss this conversation. She’s inspiring and she’s making it happen.


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Creating Multiple Income Sources to Eliminate $100k of Debt

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Author: Andy Hill

Andy Hill is the host of the Marriage, Kids and Money Podcast which focuses on helping young families build wealth. This 5-star rated podcast was nominated as "Best New Personal Finance Podcast" by Plutus. Andy's advice and personal finance experience have been featured in major media outlets like Business Insider, MarketWatch and NBC News.

4 thoughts on “Creating Multiple Income Streams to Eliminate $100k of Debt – with J from Millennial Boss”

  1. This ought to inspire a bit of hope in all the kids out there currently buried in student loan debt. Maybe you can’t pay it all off in 18 months like J did, but it at least shows that it’s POSSIBLE, which is a lot when you’re feeling hopeless under a pile of debt.

    1. You are so right Kylie! The debt is going to keep climbing. J is a rockstar example but even if it takes longer than 18 months, it’s all good. Keep crushing that debt!

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