A lot of young parents are looking for a flexible work schedule so they can spend more time with their kids. Creating a business that provides your family with a good income and the flexibility to work where and when you want starts to become an ideal situation.
Now, this isn’t an overnight thing. You have to work hard, you have to hone your craft and dedicate years to grow it, but over time the hard work can pay off big.
Our guest today, Monica Louie, found out a way to create a business from home that allows her to spend more time with her two young children, husband and still make a multi-six-figure income.
Her story of family and entrepreneurial success has been featured on the Smart Passive Income podcast, Thrive Global and Forbes.
In 2017, I attended a conference called FinCon where I heard story after story of people who have made a full-time living through blogging. They began by choosing a topic that excited them, consistently wrote about it on their blog and eventually made an impressive income.
One presentation I attended featured a blogger who made over $6,000 per month!! It did take him a several years to get there, but with the right patience, determination and appreciation for your topic it CAN be done.
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.
The moment we discover there are income streams to be had outside of our full-time employment, that’s when we truly can skyrocket our net worth. That is the exact time when Justin Weinger from So Over This started to grow his family’s wealth.
At 38 years old, Justin has amassed a net worth of around $2 million.
Let’s find out how his side hustles and small business development helped him to get there!
This week, I’m attending FinCon. This is a conference catered to personal finance bloggers, podcasters, speakers, coaches, advisors or really anyone who has something to say about money.
Given that I like to yammer on about money and my wife can only take so much of it (bless her heart), I figured I would make the trip out to Dallas, get my learn on and meet some of my “kind”. It’s four days of money and media in the Lone Star State for me!
Sometimes it feels like we have to choose between a career with a good salary or a career that’s personally gratifying. It’s rare that the two situations should ever meet. But what if we could create our own business that is both profitable and fulfilling?
Today, I’m excited to speak to a man who has done it. He’s cracked the code.
Larry Hagner is an author, a speaker and the founder of the Good Dad Project – a community of men with a passion for becoming better fathers.