After 15 years of working as an event marketing professional, I’ve decided that I’m ready for a new chapter in my life.
The companies I’ve had the pleasure of working with have treated me well, given my family benefits and paid me generously. I sincerely appreciate the opportunities I’ve been given. It’s just time for me to follow a new calling.
Sometimes, hustling to make more money is not the answer.
Today, Andy talks to Jacob and Michelle Wade, who recently took a “year off” with their family of five. Jacob is a former sales professional and the blogger behind iHeartBudgets and Michelle is a stay at home Mom raising and road schooling their three children.
They sold their home and all of their possessions and hit the road in an RV in the summer of 2018.
Our guests will be telling us why they took the leap and left their daily grind, how they planned their sabbatical and how they’re educating their children on the road.
Do you want to reach $100,000? This could be in your salary, your small business revenue, and even your net worth.
To help us achieve these big milestones in our lives, I’ve invited Tori Dunlap to chat with us today.
Tori is a millennial money and career expert. Her career started with landing a digital marketing contract worth tens of thousands, and a full-time position as the head of marketing for a global company — all before she turned 22. On track to save $100,000 by 25, Tori founded Her First $100K to give women actionable resources to get their first six figures too.
There’s a movement taking place amongst our generation. A movement that says, “Don’t work at a job you hate just because it pays well.”.
Today, I interview someone who, after 14-years of working the corporate life, has decided to leave their full-time job in order to pursue a new life of purpose … in Hawaii.
Erica Gellerman is my guest today. She’s a marketing consultant and creator of The Worth Project, a personal finance newsletter, blog, and podcast. She writes and contributes to major publications like Forbes, Business Insider, and NerdWallet.
She’s also a mother to a 1-year old boy named Henry.
The term side hustle has gained a lot of attention lately. This is something outside of your full-time job that gives you more income and potentially more happiness.
To inspire us to think outside of the walls of our 9-5, I’ve invited the host of the Side Hustle Show, Nick Loper, on the show today. Nick and discuss the many benefits associated with a side hustle. Surprisingly, some of the best benefits have nothing to do with money.
Building and growing your own online businesses can be an incredible way to get some extra cash. In the case of our interviewee today, it was great way for him to become a millionaire in less than 10 years.
Marc from Vital Dollar joins me today to discuss how during his 30’s he went from a $50,000 net worth to $1,400,000.
The Young Millionaire Interviews continue my friends! Enjoy our 10th interview!
More and more Americans are embracing the side hustle lately. The massive amount of debt in our country is forcing people to get a second or even a third gig to make ends meet.
But what if you start to really dig your gig?
Maybe you see this gig turning into a real “grown up” business …
How can we leave our 9 to 5’s and pursue our new passion while still providing for our family?
I’ve invited two guests on the show today that will help us answer this very question. Tom and Ariana Sylvester are a married couple that not only raises children together, but they also build businesses together.
They run a coaching business called Lifestyle Builders where they help everyday people build their lifestyle through entrepreneurship. Also, they own a liquor store, invest in real estate and still have time to be present parents to their two small kids.
18 months ago, I decided to start a podcast called Marriage, Kids and Money. I was looking for a creative outlet and thought I’d try something completely new to shake up my daily routine. The “diapers, work, sleep, repeat” repetitiveness of young fatherhood wasn’t quite doing it for me at the time.
In the beginning, my main podcast goal was to increase my personal finance savvy by connecting with other like-minded individuals who were winning for their families. Since my wife and I had some personal finance success in our 20’s and 30’s, I thought that I could share some of that knowledge through the podcast as well.
Never in my wildest dreams would I have expected the results that came from producing this little weekly podcast. I’ve grown personally, professionally and really tested myself as an entrepreneur.