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GameSpot interviewed “Earn Your Leisure” podcast hosts Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings to discuss their investment called “The Invest Fest” in Atlanta:
“The Invest Fest” is August 5-7. It’s just an experiment like no other where we took the best elements from festivals because there are so many festivals but we said how can we relate this to business and investing. It’s something we’ve always done is to mix culture with finance.TendencyHow to Start a Blog in 2022 and Earn Money
Rashad recounted how he grew up learning business from his father:
“Yeah sure I’ve always been into business all my life investing my dad has always been independent most of his life so he always taught me business and really he was adamant about being your own boss and sending a letter to someone controls your destiny and the economy of the group a lot of things we hear now he was really big on that years ago so that’s something that I learned in my house, so I really feel like that.
Additionally, Millings explained how the idea for the company came about:
“When we started with Earn Your Leisure it wasn’t to make money, it was money, it was really about adding value to people’s lives and the money you know would become a by-product of a value that we added and it was as if we were addicted. on what we do to earn your leisure, it was good, let’s add value.”
“We’ve opened up the world to so many different types of business and entrepreneurial fields that you can be, now this okra soup is full of opportunity and now the kids are looking at it like, I can start a vending machine business machines, wait, I can start a logistics business.
Moreover, Rashad also explained how people succeed with their brand:
“Our areas when it comes to investing in corporate finance are on fire right now we actually have a great podcast network where we produce shows for people we have about six shows under their umbrella and all of these shows are doing extremely well, so that’s exciting for us.”
“In the tech space, I’ve seen a lot of young black entrepreneurs and young black tech creators, so the web 3.0 tech space, there’s a lot of people doing great things in this space, so those are two areas right there finance and technology I’m starting to see a lot more content and media and events, different things of that nature.
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