This is the 73rd edition of our guest post series called 10 Questions. It also will be one of the last. Everything must come to an end and 10 Questions will say ‘”Good bye!” near the end of 2016. If you’ve already sent me your answers or told me that you’re going to be doing so, don’t worry; I’m still going to publish you.
The tagline for ESI Money is ‘Three simple steps to wealth.’ ESI stands for Earn, Save, Invest. ESI invests in traditional vehicles such as real estate and the stock market, as well as newer investments such as P2P Lending. His net worth allowed him to leave a ill-fitting job with no worries.
ESI is now retired – the story of how that happened is fascinating, and he wrote it up in a 3-part series.
ESI, take it away.
Tell me about your blog and why it’s great.
ESI Money is a blog about achieving financial independence through earning, saving, and investing (ESI). There’s a bit more to personal finance, of course, but if a person concentrates on these three areas, they will do quite well financially. As such I focus on the few topics that will get readers the most results. I’m a big fan of the pareto principle. 🙂
What makes the blog different/great is that it’s written by someone who is wealthy taking about what he’s done to amass a sizable net worth. I combine this knowledge with concise, practical, and proven tips. If I can do it, anyone can. But they can do it better as they can avoid the mistakes I made along the way.
I must say that my readers make the site great as well. Many are more accomplished than I am and have great comments on career management, investing, and all other facets of personal finance.
That’s the Cliff Notes version. For a more detailed explanation see What Makes ESI Money Different.
Tell me how you’re going to change the world with your blog (dream big or don’t dream at all!).
I don’t focus on changing the world all at once, but changing life for one person at a time.
If I do this, then there will be an increasing number of people seeing positive results and that’s the main reason I’m blogging. Continue reading