In today’s post for the 30 Day Blog Challenge we’re changing things up a little. The number one reason is that every second Monday I release my podcast without fail.
The number two reason is that this interview is totally related to getting into the mindset of becoming a millionaire and talks all about how to turn your blog and podcast into a revenue generating platform.
Jaime Tardy, creator of the highly popular blog and podcast Eventual Millionaire, did not start out straight away by having conversations with the likes of Seth Godin, Tim Ferriss, Gary Vaynerchuck, and Neil Patel.
When she first realised that she wanted to live a lifestyle with more freedom, she was already in debt to the tune of $70,000 and ready to start a family.
While she had the 6-figure job and the American dream toys, the way she had set up her life wasn’t serving what was most important to her.
So how did Jaime go from working 70+ hours a week in a job she hated to being featured on CNN and Yahoo for her own business in the span of one year?
Here is what you will learn in this podcast
- How to get podcast interviews with big names using this one action
- Two defining habits that 100+ millionaires she’s interviewed have in common
- Three lines that should be included in any email to get anyone important to say yes to an interview
- The easiest and most instant form of income you can get when you’re just starting your business
- How the Eventual Millionaire podcast makes revenue
- What sort of relationships were integral to Jaime’s success as she grew her business
- What becoming an eventual millionaire actually means
Even better pick up my completely free book on `How to Start a podcast that matters’ at suitcaseentrepreneur.com/free by leaving a short review on my podcast.
Connect with Jaime and Natalie
Key sites mentioned in this podcast:
Day 14 Blog Challenge to accept in 3 easy steps
1. Write a response blog post to this question:
What are two key ways you could use the habits of a millionaire to monetize your blog in the next month?
Top Tip: Focus on products and services you could offer via your blog (refer back to day 10-13) and the work you’ve done, and focus on how millionaire’s think to get the ball rolling on making this happen.
2. Share your blog post response:
Don’t forget to leave a comment below or a trackback to your blog response. Share your post from your own site on social media using #TSE30DC at the end of your tweet or post.
3. Embed the 30 Day Blog Challenge badge in your post:
Choose the badge you most like from right here. Then just COPY the HTML code already pre done for you, and PASTE it into the HTML tab of your post or on your sidebar using the TEXT widget and pasting the code straight in.
Watch this webinar resource to help you
What’s next in the 30 Day Blog Challenge?
If you want to go above and beyond you can:
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How do you build a blog that matters and monetize it? Find out with @eventualmillion #TSE30DC http://bit.ly/1h8Yi5C
Grab a copy of my Suitcase Entrepreneur book on Amazon.
Follow the 30 Day Blog Challenge Pinterest board (and see if you can spot your own post there)
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s blog post for Day 15 Why you need an email list (and how to build your own).
Summary round up of your posts
- Angela writes “Evaluate what is stopping you from moving forward and get rid of it. While everyday won’t be an easy walk in the park, hard work and dedication will get you there”
- Marc feels that being scared to reach out to others and not catching yourself when you try to make excuses are holding you back from being free. These are patterns that need broken
- Luxelias’s main product would be a line of fashion clothes, and would talk on the blog about beauty tips, from how to keep fit, latest make up tips as also interesting places to go
- Sara is taking herself on a retreat, to sit and think about her services, creative ideas for her website and to think about her clients, and what they want from her
- Adam writes that this challenge has opened his mind to an entirely different way of thinking about his current business as well as where he wants to go in the future
- Anne believes in keeping moving forward! She’s reaching out to people to partner with on projects, and is working through her fears
- Curt believes solid tips worth adopting are firstly making sure you’re moving forward and secondly never make excuses