In the Plutus Awards Showcase, the Plutus Awards team and Apex Money highlight the best financial articles, podcast episodes, and videos from around the web each Friday. To submit an items you’ve written, created, or discovered, submit a request for consideration.
This season of the Plutus Awards Podcast focuses on the “deadly sins” that content creators make. Avoid these mistakes, and you’ll be in a better position for getting what you want out of your efforts.
Check out the latest podcast episode- Dr. Derricka Harwell is the latest guest on the Plutus Awards Podcast for content creators hosted by Michelle Jackson. Dr. Derricka Harwell shares how early success without the right systems and people in place can be costly. She shares what she learned, how she figured out what didn’t work, and the successful decisions she made the second time around.
Here’s what we wanted to share with you this week
A Lottery of Sorts. [Happily Disengaged] – “There are not many places in the world where a construction worker with no college education, whose skin color is different that those who run the country in business and government, can be as successful as I am. I don’t take anything I have for granted, though it’s quite easy to do. This walk keeps me humble.” (Submitted by J. Money.)
7 Ways You Can Make Money in the Metaverse. [Harris Cash Coach] — “The metaverse is shaping up to be the source for business owners to provide innovative products and service opportunities. To help you discover ways to make money in the metaverse and identify viable metaverse investments, I asked CEOs and business leaders for their best insights. From becoming a tour guide to selling virtual avatar assets, there are several ways that you can make money in the metaverse.” (Submitted by Tarsha.)
Why We’re Giving $100 Tips During the Holidays (And You Should Too). [Marriage Kids and Money] — “We love a money saving tip, but there are definitely things that are worth spending lots of money on. Things that make your life richer, better, and easier. Here are 5 things that may have a higher upfront cost but are always worth the price.” (Submitted by J. Money.)
Rich friends, poor friends. [Monevator] — “Surrounding yourself with rich friends is a well-known strategy for making more money…There’s plenty of scientific research to back up this folksy-sounding advice.” (Submitted by J.D. Roth.)
WifeFI Status Activated. [Budgets Are Sexy] – “It’s an interesting place to be. I’m not very motivated to chase money for some reason, but I’m also not satisfied just laying around and doing nothing either… Hence – why I’m back here at the blog! But even more surprisingly – I haven’t really missed my paychecks since the Motley Fool gave me the boot earlier this year, which was no small amount at $10,000+ mo.” (Submitted by Jim Wang.)