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A blog you start becomes your baby. You pour endless hours into it, connect with an audience, and freely share your thoughts. But when it’s time to move on, it can be difficult to leave your baby behind.
Miranda Marquit speaks with J. Money about selling his blog and the challenges in letting go and moving on. J. also shares about different projects he walked away from and his resolve to frame the life he wants.
- J. shares how he knew when it was time to sell his blog
- What is his “triad of hustling”
- The lessons learned when something you started is out of your hands
- How his thoughts on minimalism transferred to his online work
- The importance of doing work you are excited about
About J. Money
Award-winning personal finance blogger, fintech consultant, and daddy x3. With over a decade building communities online, Jay’s projects have reached over 30 million views and are regularly featured in the media. An avid coin collector, money experimenter, and hip-hop fan, Jay loves connecting the online world with the “real” world and feels blessed to be able to do this every day for a living. His full story can be found here.