subscribe
ask Farnoosh
×

Ask Farnoosh

Ask Farnoosh about money, work, life, or a recent guest below and she'll do her best to answer your question during an upcoming Friday episode on So Money. Record a message below or type in your question.
  • Please answer the following question to submit:
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Matt Giovanisci, Podcast Producer & Coffee Connoisseur

Today’s guest is Matt Giovanisci. He’s a website wizard, podcast producer, coffee connoisseur and all-around creative powerhouse. He makes a living by writing, building websites, producing funny rap videos (you have to check them out – they are hilarious!) and being creative online. He has successfully turned a few of his passions into impressive revenue streams and teaches others how to make money while doing what they love.

Matt is the creator of Swim University and a co-founder of Listen, Money Matters, a personal finance podcast that gets over 10,000 downloads a day! He also recently started Roasty Coffee, a resource on how to find, brew and drink coffee. And if you are a coffee lover like me, you’ll definitely appreciate it.

Three takeaways from our interview:

— How he broke through an 800 credit score just recently.

— His recipe for creating multiple streams of income

— His tried and true approach to starting and monetizing an online business

If you’d like to learn more about Matt Giovanisci, visit his websites mattgiovanisci.com and roastycoffee.com and follow him on Twitter @mattgiovanisci.

My favorite quote from the interview: “Ample time plus amazing work equals money.” – Click to Tweet

you might like....

Mint Blog

Why Renting is Better

You’ve heard the expression countless times: Paying rent is like flushing money down the toilet. I get it. There are strong reasons for purchasing a home. But lately, the case for renting has been strengthening. If you need more convincing, I offer some additional talking points.

Continue Reading

Farnoosh

Donny Wahlberg and Deepak Chopra: My month in review

If you’ve been keeping up with me on the podcast and Instagram, you may have heard/seen some of the craziness that is my life. In case not, here is a sampling of my work and play in the last month. I must say, while the entrepreneur life comes with its own set of doubts and risks, I wholly enjoy the many, many extraordinary opportunities I get to experience.

Continue Reading