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This week we’re proud to feature a variety of bloggers pivoting their businesses for a purpose. Whether that purpose be to generate more revenue, pursue a passion, or amplify the community around them.
We had J. Money on the Plutus Awards Podcast this week with Miranda Marquit where he discussed his adventures in selling his blog, we’re gearing up to release this year’s Plutus Awards Categories to the world, and we have been working on bringing together our diverse community and all their resources regarding Black Lives Matter.
“Money on the Table is our way of having you over for dinner, virtually of course. It’s what happens if a cooking show and a financial talk/reality show had a baby! And since so many people are uncomfortable talking about money, we figured we’d show them what it looks like so that maybe they’d be inspired to do the same. ” – rich & REGULAR
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“A normal call to action from me would be centered around wealth-building for black women, but today black women are hurting for something that money can not buy — a life. ” – The Broke Black Girl
“Community is absolutely key to the business owner. The COVID-19 pandemic made it more obvious than ever how we all depend on each other, while the protests happening around the country call on each of us to reflect how we interact with each other and the ways we enable racist policing to continue.” – At Peace With Money
“While big-box stores and well-known brands have managed to survive, it’s been particularly challenging for traditionally in-person service businesses. After all, how do you provide personal training or therapy or dog grooming online? And how do you earn money doing it?” – Dollar Sprout
“How did a butcher shop’s side project turn into “the best snacks in the world” — and $500,000 in sales in their first year? And more importantly, could you apply the same strategies to help local businesses take their products online?” – Side Hustle Nation