SERIES 6 / EPISODE 1
In this first episode of Series 6, Michelle Jackson introduces this season’s topic: the deadly sins that content creators make. She also shares some of her own mistakes as a creator and entrepreneur.
Michelle Jackson speaks with Natasha Scott about how content creators influence their audiences to take action without sharing the truth about what happens behind the scenes.
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Dr. Derricka Harwell
In the series finale, Michelle Jackson shares how and why she decided to monetize my personal finance brand.
Rachel Hernandez, the Mobile Home Gurl, talks about listening to what your audience tells you they want, leaning into your authority, and how making mistakes helps content creators find the right products and services for their brand.
Patrina Dixon talks about the impact that COVID had on her business and the unexpected opportunities for growth that occurred from pivots that she had to make during that time. We discussed why she loves affiliate marketing.
Joseph Hogue talks about candidly wanting to earn money as an online creator, letting go of projects that aren’t serving you well, and the important questions that multi-passionate content creators need to ask themselves in order for their projects to grow.p.
Managing a flourishing community is challenging enough, but what happens when money gets involved? Angela and Regina, cofounders of Women’s PF, a community for women to talk about money, speak with Michelle about the challenges in monetizing their group.
Jillian Johnsrud, author of Fire the Haters, talks about how different seasons of life influence her business, the pushback on content creators positioned in the FIRE space -- aren’t they allowed to make money too?
Julien and Kiersten Saunders of rich & REGULAR talk about the importance of knowing how to talk to your audience vs. at your audience.
Harlan Landes talks about creating, monetizing, and selling one of the first personal finance blogs, Consumerism Commentary.
J.D. Roth joins host Sarah Li Cain to discuss the benefits of getting away from the idea that money is the primary goal in business and how enjoy meaningful and successful work,.
Host Sarah Li Cain speaks with Candice Latham about what it means to own your own version of success, how she shifted and pursued her goals in her business and life, and how you can work backwards to capture the feeling of success in your business.
Acquania Escarne talks with host Sarah Li Cain to discuss her path to entrepreneurship, the importance of creating passive income, and how she manages incoming cash flow for the day she decides to leave her 9 to 5.
Whitney Hansen talks with host Sarah Li Cain about the importance of setting boundaries around her business, and how having boundaries keeps you from creating identities solely around the business.
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The Plutus Awards Podcast is hosted by Michelle Jackson (Michelle Is Money Hungry) with assistance from Plutus Awards founder Harlan Landes and long-time Plutus Awards volunteer Miranda Marquit.
In each episode, Michelle speaks to content creators, entrepreneurs, Plutus Award winners, and your idols in the financial media. For more about the Plutus Awards, visit plutusawards.com.
About Michelle Jackson, host of the Plutus Awards Podcast.
Michelle Jackson is the award winning host of “Michelle is Money Hungry.” Thoughtfully holding financial conversations leading with change and equity in mind. You can find her roaming around Colorado during her down time.
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