About this Episode

In this episode, we’re talking about earning money.

If you’re going to build wealth and attain financial independence, you have to earn that coin. Many of you have seen your income dry up in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, and many more of you are probably reconsidering what’s most important right now.

Fortunately, this is also a time of reinvention. Many people are discovering how to use their gifts, talents, and skills in new ways, finding new opportunities, and turning the tough challenges they’re facing into powerful businesses.

Today, I’m joined by Natalie Sisson. She’s an author, a speaker, and the host of the Untapped Podcast. Natalie ditched her successful corporate career and turned her knowledge into eight different revenue streams. Now, she helps others leverage their unique skills and experience to earn a living and make an impact from anywhere just by being themselves.

So, if you’re looking to make a big change in your life - and do it profitably, check out today’s episode of Profit Boss® Radio!

Here’s what you’ll find out in this week’s episode of Profit Boss® Radio:

  • Why Natalie walked away from her corporate career, and how her blog became a vehicle for a new business and life as a digital nomad.
  • How to consciously curate your freedom as you build a business on your terms.
  • How car, plane, and train rides can serve as powerful sessions for focused work - and why travel can make you a sharper entrepreneur.
  • The real reason blogging and podcasting aren’t oversaturated - and the power of finding your niche.
  • The first steps to take as you begin to monetize yourself.

Show Notes

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