“But I’m too busy to start a business on the side!”
Well, not if you’re Robert Berger.
Robert Berger is a full-time attorney who specializes in corporate litigation…who also happens to be the owner of Dough Roller, a super-popular personal finance blog that has 10,000 e-mail subscribers and 2 million yearly visitors. He started Dough Roller from the ground-up back in 2007.
Now if I know one thing about lawyers, it’s that they work…all of the time! They are some of the most dedicated–and most busy!–people out there.
So when I heard that Robert started Dough Roller while working full time at his law practice, I was floored!
Robert took his blog from a passive hobby, and turned it into something that makes him more money than practicing law.
His success is a great inspiration to entrepreneurs of all types, especially those currently working a day job who are looking to start a business on the side.
Some of the interview’s big takeaways:
- How Robert woke up at 5am every day to write for his blog—and worked on it at lunch and after dinner!
- How he got a big break from MSN Money only about 6 months into blogging.
- How he went from making low 5-figures to 6 figures in 1 year from his blog.
- What he recommends to newcomer bloggers (hint: it’s not just writing your content and hoping you get discovered!).
- The importance of relationships in building your business.
It’s already impressive enough to catapult a blog into the 6 figure income stratosphere…
…but who does that while practicing law 50-70 hours per week??
Now that’s just crazy!
Listen in, and let me know what you think.