Welcome to the nineteenth episode of the Create My Independence Podcast.
In the eighteenth episode, we covered eight reasons why you should ditch your job (if you have one) and start a business. If you missed that episode and want to hear more, head back and listen to that episode.
In today’s episode, we’re covering how to tell if you’re independent. I believe that the degree of independence you have is directly related to how much financial padding you have, how diverse your sources of income are, how many marketable skills you have that you could turn around and sell as services if need, how much passive income you have from things like investments and how free you are to walk away from any one job or client without experiencing significant financial troubles. Listen in for all this as well as hearing about four income sources you can build from a blog, which I share from personal experience.
Here’s What I Talk About in This Episode
Business Update (My Killer Month in June)
- My HUGE Month in June, read more here… (My business earned $4,655)
- My recent partnership with David from The Rise to The Top.
How to tell if you’re independent
- Do you have multiple income sources that are independent of each other?
- Do you have a significant amount of financial padding in case of a drop in income?
- Do you have valuable skills you can put into play if needed?
- Do you have passive income coming in? Ex: investment income
- Are you free turn down or let go of any job or client without experiencing significant financial troubles?
4 Income Sources You Can Build from a Blog
- Affiliate Sales
- Info Products
Interested in Learning How to Build Your Own Blog?
Click here to grab my free three part video series OR check out the recording of my recent webinar on 7 Steps to Creating a Business from Your Own Blog.
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