October 13, 2015

[Ep. 22] This Is How You Make Your Budget Sexy with J. Money

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J. Money from Budgets Are Sexy has been in the personal finance game since 2008, so he knows what’s going on when it comes to talking money.

In this episode, we discuss how he became a blogger, why getting fired was the best thing that ever happened to him and how he’s been able to give back in a big way.

Not only is J. Money just a super cool, genuine guy — I owe him a big one because talking to him for this episode was the kick in the pants I needed to move forward with my rebrand and future money coaching business.

You know when you have an idea but are just too scared to take action because it’s not perfect yet? I’m a big perfectionist, and it’s definitely held me back from trying new things and taking risks that could help me in the long run.

But J. Money is such an inspiring guy with everything he’s accomplished, I’m gonna take a chapter out of his book and just do it!

So thanks J. for motivating me to start my next chapter. You rock and it was a pleasure having you on the show!

We mentioned a few things in this episode, so I’ve listed everything below. I’m also including J.’s side hustle story series even though we didn’t talk about it because it’s just too cool not to mention on here.

Submit Your Side Hustle Story

  • Got a unique way to make extra money outside of your day job? Submit your cool side hustle story for a chance to be featured on Budgets Are Sexy. I even submitted my story about teleprompting!

Notable Blog Posts by J. Money

J. Money’s Philanthropy Project

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