PTM 017 – Becoming a Part-Time Millionaire by 2015 with Kylie Ofiu

Part Time Money PodcastToday's podcast is with author and stay-at-home mom, Kylie Ofiu. Kylie set a goal for herself back in 2009: become a millionaire by 2015.

Her journey towards millionaire status includes part-time work as a hair dresser, selling books second-hand, and other odd jobs and businesses. But where Kylie's progress towards her goal really started to take off is when she landed a book deal with Wiley to turn her blog post, 1001 Ways to Make Money, into a book.

In the podcast you'll learn about Kylie's goal, how she manages several gigs while being a mom, and you'll hear first hand what it's like to go from “blog to book” (a topic she'll be speaking on at the upcoming Financial Blogger Conference.

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Success Tips from Kylie's Story

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  • You're more likely to achieve your goals if you make them specific. Kylie's goal of 1 million dollars in assets and cash by 2015 by doing whatever it takes is certainly specific.
  • Reach for the stars so that your not just the richest person in the retirement home. Kylie says there's no reason to limit yourself to riches only in retirement.
  • Don't be average. Kylie didn't stop with 101 ways to make extra money, she made 1001, and that's part of what sparked the interest in the book deal.

You can buy Kylie's new book, 365 Ways to Make Money: Ideas for Quick $ Every Day of the Year (Kindle version), on Amazon right now.

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Last Edited: June 27, 2017 @ 4:07 pm
About Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor, aka "PT", is a former practicing CPA, blogger, podcaster, husband, and father of three. PT is also the founder and CEO of FinCon, the conference and community dedicated to helping other financial influencers and brands. He created this website back in 2007 to share his thoughts on money, hold himself accountable, and to meet others passionate about moving toward financial independence.

PT uses Personal Capital to keep track of his financial life. This free software allows him to review his net worth regularly, analyze his investments, and make decisions about his financial future.

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Comments

  1. Jenna, Adaptu Community Manager says:

    Love the statement: “Don’t be average. Kylie didn’t stop with 101 ways to make extra money, she made 1001, and that’s part of what sparked the interest in the book deal.” Don’t stop! Push yourself to do better and more!

  2. Katherine says:

    Still not working for me. I don’t have speakers … I just play it directly on my netbook. Another podcast of yours worked perfectly fine for me a couple of weeks ago. Oh well, I guess I’ll just skip it and cross my fingers on the next one. 🙂

  3. Katharine, I left the interview portion in stereo. Make sure you have both speakers on. I usually turn everything into mono, but forgot this time.

  4. Katherine says:

    It seems like there’s a problem with this audio file? I can hear your intro for the first 30-45 seconds or so … but then there’s just some blank space (although every so often I can hear something rustling in the background) and finally I hear your guest talking … and then I realize that the recording of what your guest says is coming up but we cannot hear anything that you’re saying to the guest.