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Planting Money Seeds with Miranda Marquit Learn more about Miranda - https://twitter.com/MMarquitSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=CQWQVRBGQCK7E&source=url)
PPP015: I’m Miranda Marquit and I’m a Full-Time Freelancer This week, I invite guest Miranda Marquit, the foremost expert on freelancing in the personal finance community. Miranda has no background in finance, but leveraged her work ethic and networking skills to become one of the most prolific and visible freelance writes on finance topics. And she makes over $100,000 per year doing it.


Resources Mentioned

* Miranda Marquit &#8211; Confessions of a Professional Blogger
* Planting Money Seeds
* The Complete Beginner Guide to Freelancing
* Confessions of a Professional Blogger: How I Make Money as an Online Writer (Miranda's Book)

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Eric Rosenberg: Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, children of all ages, welcome back to The Personal Profitability Podcast for episode number 15. 15, it seems like just yesterday I was recording 14.
Today, I have a very special guest. We’ve recently been talking a lot on the blog about freelancing and how to get started there. On our last episode, I was talking about how I started freelancing myself and became a part-time freelancer but I wanted to give you the whole story of what freelancing could offer so I brought on a special guest today, Miranda Marquit.
Miranda, I met through the Financial Blogger Conference (FinCon). We had great hang outs and conversations there. She is on with us today to share her journey to how she became a full-time freelancer and talk about all the downsides, the upsides and everything in between. Let’s give everyone a howdy howdy, Miranda.
Miranda Marquit: Howdy howdy! Thanks for having me on. I would just like you to know that in Idaho, where I live now, you can get your driver’s license at age 15. So this episode can be driving a car.
Eric: Fifteen? Wow! Look how fast I’ve aged in just these months, now I can drive a car.
Miranda: That’s right.
Eric: That’s funny. I guess, this is for all the farms and what not, out there people need to drive a little younger to help out.
Miranda: Yes, it’s crazy. I’ve had my driver’s license since 15 but when I went to get insurance back where I lived in New York, they would not accept that I have had my driver’s license that long. It kept, the software that the insurance agent was using and just kept pushing it back out. It was crazy.
Eric: You had to just lie and say you were 16 when you got it, I guess.
Miranda: I did.
Eric: In New York, it’s 18, isn’t it? I think.
Miranda: I don’t know what the driving age is there.
Eric: I think it’s 18 but anyway —
Miranda: All I know is that New York could not wrap it’s head around the fact that I do have my driver’s license since I was 15.
Eric: Well, I’m impressed. I did get a car when I was 16 so you got a year on me there.
Miranda: There we go.
Early Days as a Freelancer
Eric: Anyway, why we’re really here today, not to talk about driver’s license although it’s an interesting topic. We’re here to talk about freelancing.
For listeners out there, Miranda is really one of the top recognized experts in the financial blogging community on all things freelancing. She has written extensively about it, has a blog about it. I actually linked to it in an epic freelancing post that came out a couple of weeks ago on Monday.
I’m really thrilled to have you here, Miranda, to talk about it so could you share how did you get started in freelancing and where did you make your first freelancing dollar?
Miranda: My first freelancing dollar was made… Oh gosh —
PPP015: I’m Miranda Marquit and I’m a Full-Time Freelancer This week, I invite guest Miranda Marquit, the foremost expert on freelancing in the personal finance community. Miranda has no background in finance, but leveraged her work ethic and networking skills to become one of the most prolific and visible freelance writes on finance topics. And she makes over $100,000 per year doing it.


Resources Mentioned

* Miranda Marquit &#8211; Confessions of a Professional Blogger
* Planting Money Seeds
* The Complete Beginner Guide to Freelancing
* Confessions of a Professional Blogger: How I Make Money as an Online Writer (Miranda's Book)

Full Transcript
Eric Rosenberg: Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, children of all ages, welcome back to The Personal Profitability Podcast for episode number 15. 15, it seems like just yesterday I was recording 14.
Today, I have a very special guest. We’ve recently been talking a lot on the blog about freelancing and how to get started there. On our last episode, I was talking about how I started freelancing myself and became a part-time freelancer but I wanted to give you the whole story of what freelancing could offer so I brought on a special guest today, Miranda Marquit.
Miranda, I met through the Financial Blogger Conference (FinCon). We had great hang outs and conversations there. She is on with us today to share her journey to how she became a full-time freelancer and talk about all the downsides, the upsides and everything in between. Let’s give everyone a howdy howdy, Miranda.
Miranda Marquit: Howdy howdy! Thanks for having me on. I would just like you to know that in Idaho, where I live now, you can get your driver’s license at age 15. So this episode can be driving a car.
Eric: Fifteen? Wow! Look how fast I’ve aged in just these months, now I can drive a car.
Miranda: That’s right.
Eric: That’s funny. I guess, this is for all the farms and what not, out there people need to drive a little younger to help out.
Miranda: Yes, it’s crazy. I’ve had my driver’s license since 15 but when I went to get insurance back where I lived in New York, they would not accept that I have had my driver’s license that long. It kept, the software that the insurance agent was using and just kept pushing it back out. It was crazy.
Eric: You had to just lie and say you were 16 when you got it, I guess.
Miranda: I did.
Eric: In New York, it’s 18, isn’t it? I think.
Miranda: I don’t know what the driving age is there.
Eric: I think it’s 18 but anyway —
Miranda: All I know is that New York could not wrap it’s head around the fact that I do have my driver’s license since I was 15.
Eric: Well, I’m impressed. I did get a car when I was 16 so you got a year on me there.
Miranda: There we go.
Early Days as a Freelancer
Eric: Anyway, why we’re really here today, not to talk about driver’s license although it’s an interesting topic. We’re here to talk about freelancing.
For listeners out there, Miranda is really one of the top recognized experts in the financial blogging community on all things freelancing. She has written extensively about it, has a blog about it. I actually linked to it in an epic freelancing post that came out a couple of weeks ago on Monday.
I’m really thrilled to have you here, Miranda, to talk about it so could you share how did you get started in freelancing and where did you make your first freelancing dollar?
Miranda: My first freelancing dollar was made… Oh gosh —
Miranda Marquit: Candidate for the Idaho Legislature Miranda Marquit was nice enough to call into the dungeon to talk a little about her life and why she chose to run for the district 33 seat of the Idaho Legislature. You can find out more about Miranda by going to her website: https://mirandamarquitforidaho.com/ Connect with Miranda: Twitter: https://twitter.com/MMarquit Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MirandaMarquitforIdaho/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mmarquit/?hl=en If you like to share your story on EHAS, you can contact me in the following ways. Leave a phone message! 208-450-2972 Twitter: @knatradio email: knatradio@gmail.com facebook: Everybody Has a Story Visit my patreon page: Everyone Has A Story Visit my merchandise store and get e swag: EHAS at Threadless

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1538: Why I Like Spending Plan Better than Budget by Miranda Marquit with PT Money on Proactive Financial Planning Miranda Marquit of PT Money discusses proactive financial planning.
Episode 1538: Why I Like Spending Plan Better than Budget by Miranda Marquit with PT Money on Proactive Financial Planning
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How to Achieve Lifestyle Goals Through Freelancing, with Miranda Marquit How many hours are you working every week? Do you sometimes feel as though your career is getting in the way of your ideal lifestyle? What if there was a way to balance the two? This week’s guest is making her 3rd appearance here on the MapleMoney Show. Miranda Marquit is a successful freelance writer. But success for Miranda doesn’t equate to making more money or landing the most prestigious jobs. Instead, she leverages the flexibility that freelancing offers to design her ideal lifestyle. You can find the show notes for this episode at https://maplemoney.com/141 Do you prefer to invest in socially responsible companies? If so, our sponsor Wealthsimple will help you build a portfolio that focuses on low carbon, cleantech, human rights, and the environment. To get started with Socially Responsible Investing, head over to https://maplemoney.com/wealthsimple today!
EGO Interview with Miranda Marquit I recorded my conversation with Miranda Marquit with Call Recorder and Samson Meteor USB studio microphone, on February 7.

[Editor's note: I will update this post with more show notes in the near future. UPDATED 2015-02-22.]

Miranda's favorite Amazon product is the Kindle Paperwhite. Which is your favorite product?

“Miranda is a financial journalist and freelance writer. She writes for numerous publications, and her work has appeared in U.S. News & World Report, AllBusiness, Huffington Post, and Business Insider. Miranda also has an interest in science and has written for Discover magazine and the science website Phys.org. She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and son, and enjoys reading, travel, and the outdoors.”

Show notes:

02 Confessions of a Professional Blogger: How I Make Money as an Online Writer by Miranda Marquit.
04 Community 101: How to Grow an Online Community by Robyn Tippins and Miranda Marquit.
05 The Plutus Awards - "Celebrating the best in personal finance"
06 Money Mastermind Show
06 The Money Tree Investing Podcast
07 Google Hangout - "Collaborating with Marratech"
09 The 7th Annual Small Business Book Awards Feature What’s Worth Reading - Small Business Trends
14 Miranda Marquit's YouTube channel
16 The Huffington Post Grapples With BuzzFeed’s Ascendancy - The Wall Street Journal
17 Clickbait - Wikipedia
19 Pundit blogger
20 Yellow journalism - Wikipedia
22 New Media Expo
23 NMX: You're right, it's not the same by Deb Ng.
24 FinCon Expo
25 Tom Drake
26 Super Bowl XLIX (49)
27 Eurovision Song Contest
28 Trader Principle - Ayn Rand Lexicon
31 Food for Thought
32 Sacrifice - Ayn Rand Lexicon
33 Get paid in silver...
37 Citizen journalism - Wikipedia
39 The Economist - Wikipedia
40 WHYY FM - Wikipedia
40 The Philadelphia Inquirer - Wikipedia
41 The Millionaire Fastlane: Crack the Code to Wealth and Live Rich for a Lifetime by MJ DeMarco.
42 Suze Orman - Wikipedia
43 The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich by Timothy Ferriss.
44 What is Lifestyle Design? - The Sparkline blog of Fizzle
47 "Barista in training again..."
47 AudibleTrial.com/EgoNetCast
48 Guest tip: Tom Drake - Canadian Finance Blog
50 Making Media With John Lee Dumas - The Podcast Report Episode #30
51 The Feed podcast - Libsyn
53 Guest tip: Steve Chou - My Wife Quit Her Job
54 Give-away: Miranda's book...
54 Dan Swords
55 EGO NetCast on Facebook and Twitter
55 Planting Money Seeds
56 Rush Limbaugh - Wikipedia
56 Rush for Tea - TeaParty.nu
Miranda Marquit Freelance - 009 Renae interviews Miranda Marquit from Miranda Marquit Freelance. Miranda's writing on finance has been influencing readers for years. Listen to learn how she is achieving her goals and how she has overcome challenges along the way.
How to Get Started As A Freelance Writer, with Miranda Marquit North Americans read thousands of articles from various online sources every single day, which means that someone has to keep that content flowing. Much of the work falls to freelance writers, many of whom earn a good living keeping the rest of us entertained and informed. Miranda Marquit is a six-figure freelance writer whose work has appeared in Forbes, the Huffington Post, and the U.S. News & World Report, and she’s no stranger to The MapleMoney Show. Miranda joins me this week to talk about her career, and she has plenty of advice for anyone wanting to make money as a freelance writer. You can find the show notes for this episode at https://maplemoney.com/099 Do you prefer to invest in companies that are socially responsible? If so, our sponsor Wealthsimple will help you build a portfolio that focuses on low carbon, cleantech, human rights, and the environment. Get started with Socially Responsible Investing by visiting https://maplemoney.com/wealthsimple
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