What’s not to love about affiliate marketing? If you get it set up correctly, it’s a way to make a little extra money without having to do a whole lot of anything.In the past, it had a bit of an unethical reputation, with people promoting whate
Susan Wheeler-Hall was born with a progressive physical disability and worked hard to build a career where her disability was an asset, not a problem. So, for over twenty years, Susan was a professional counselor and therapist, specializing in
Jackie Zimmerman works HARD. After receiving not one but two chronic illness diagnoses in her 20s (Multiple Sclerosis and Inflammatory Bowel Disease), she turned to the internet to find a way to cope and build a support system. She became a pro
For Christa Fairbrother, living with arthritis and teaching yoga are closely linked. She has had arthritis and lupus ever since she was a child, even though she was only diagnosed with mixed connective tissue disease at the age of 41. Mixed con
When you listen to this interview with Whitney West, you might find yourself wondering, “When does she nap?!”A born overachiever, this inspirational chronicpreneur was born into a family of teachers. So she didn’t want to go down that route. Wh
The life of a chronicpreneur doesn’t necessarily mean settling for one different career path. As my guest in this episode proves, you don’t even need to stop at two… or three!Alexa Randolph graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachel
If you’re new to the chronicpreneur world, then this episode is packed full of info-bombs!Julie Croner is on a mission to advocate for ALL advocates. A psoriatic arthritis patient leader, she's also the Vice President of the Patient Leader Netw
Megan Harrison was already stepping out into an entrepreneurial life, even before being diagnosed with Crohn's disease shortly after leaving university - so she was Getting Paid, even before she was a Patient Getting Paid!Based in Leicestershir
Patients Getting Paid (PGP) is a private, safe, membership/mastermind community for people with chronic illness to learn of the abundance of flexible, remote work possibilities available to them that can accommodate their health.In the podcast,
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