Monetize Your Mindset - Create Finacial Security Monetize what You Already Know

Monetize Your Mindset - Create Finacial Security Monetize what You Already Know

Bart Merrell from Monetize your mindset shares ideas and talks with entrepreneurs that have multiple streams of income. Discover how you can have multiple streams of income too by turning the things you are already doing into a stream of income whether you like doing those things are not. We ask these three questions: What do you like to do? What do you need to do? What are you already doing? Let's monetize it. The goal here is to create Financial Security by monetizing what you already know!, So that you have the resources to deal with what happens when what happens, happens. When life happens because it will happen. Money isn't everything unless you don't have any... or you don't have enough. There is no reason that you should not have enough.... Show More
June 4, 2020 49 min

Everybody loves to think about monetizing the things that they like to do! The things that are that often get overlooked is the things that you need to do. Not Sean Knudsen. He turned something that he needed to do to help him with his PTSD into a thriving business. Dog training. It started off as a side hustle and it soon turned into his main hustle and now he makes significantly more than he did at his job and he is loving it! 

In this episode Sean and I talk about Iraq and PTSD, mindset and personal development and most important we talk about turning the things that you need to do into a side hustle and moving it to your main hustle. 

Lots of interesting, fun info! 

Enjoy.

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