British blogger Adam Piplica left his job as a marketing analyst to pursue blogging full-time, but then decided to go back into the full-time working world as a certified financial planner to really make a difference in people’s lives. Hear how it all happened in this week’s episode.
This week I welcome Cole and Elizabeth, the Switchback Kids, who are on the trip of a lifetime visiting all 59 United States National Parks in one year. Learn how they came up with the idea, and are paying for it, in this week’s episode.
This week we have a special episode recorded live at FinCon in Charlotte, North Carolina. I am excited to welcome superstar guests Pat Flynn from Smart Passive Income and Harlan Luke Landes from Consumerism Commentary. My good friend and former guest Jeff Fruhwirth from Sustainable Life Blog joined us as we talked business, budgeting, social media, […]
I am writing this post at 28,000 feet on a wobbly tray table on the way home from FinCon, the annual conference for financial bloggers and the media. Don’t worry, it will be in the upright and locked position when we land.
I have spent the vast majority of my career at big companies. Working for big companies has its perks, but many downsides as well. On the flip sides, small employers have many perks, but some drawbacks. Here are some differences of big companies vs. smaller ones as an employee.
Today we welcome guest Deacon Hayes, a personal finance blogger who budgeted his way out of $52,000 in debt in 18 months. Learn how he cut expenses, earned more on the side, and became a full-time online entrepreneur.
Making money on the side has completely changed my life. Last year, I earned $30,000 outside of my full-time day job. That is more money than many people earn in a year, and I did it on evenings and weekends. The only thing that makes me special is my work ethic. Any smart person can […]
This week we welcome entrepreneur, hustler, and professional wrestler Martin Dasko. Martin started earning money at the ripe age of 11, and has never slowed down. Learn how he makes his living (and has fun) writing, traveling, and competing in the squared circle.
In this episode of the Personal Profitability Podcast, we welcome guest Jeffrey Trull, an online writer who started his career with an engineering education, got a non-profit job, left to freelance full time, and recent went back to a full-time employer. Get his entire story, filled with lots of useful information, in this week’s episode.
On a Friday afternoon in August, I received a message via LinkedIn that a local recruiter was looking to fill a position and my qualifications and background made me a perfect fit for the job. The timing was fantastic for me and I was very much in the market. 32 days later I started my new […]