S2E16: Rebuilding with Director of Immigration Counseling Services Jeanine Winfrey, and Mercy & Justice volunteer, attorney Eric Rosenberg
The In Between
Mercy and justice work often have to do with building and rebuilding: lives, families, life situations, structures, marriages. That's why we do a lot of what we do - value life, food pantries, transitions, prison ministry, immigration counseling services, etc. - because we want to be a part of building a kingdom way in the world around us. Join us today for a rebuilding conversation from two points of view as we interview staff member Jeanine Winfrey, an immigration lawyer who leads the Immigration Counseling Services at our Community Center, and dedicated volunteer, VC member, attorney and Eric's motorcycle-trail-riding-friend, Eric Rosenberg.Eric Rosenberg has attended Vineyard Columbus since 2001. He is an attorney who enjoys volunteering inside and outside the church and spending time with his twin daughters who are sophomores at OSU.Jeanine Winfrey holds a BA in Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia and a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. She began her legal career in 1999 at the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) in Washington DC, and then spent 14 years with the US Air force, first as an assistant staff judge advocate, and later as a military spouse and stay-at-home parent. Jeanine is currently the Director of Immigration Counseling Services at Vineyard Community Center, a faith-based non-profit that provides low cost and pro-bono legal services to immigrant community in central Ohio. Jeanine immigrated to the US at the age of 7 as a political refugee from Vietnam and is a part of the Vietnamese Bible Study Fellowship at Vineyard Columbus.Vineyard ICS Facebook: @VineyardICS Twitter: @VineyardICS
Entrevista con el Dr. Eric Rosenberg, Presidente del Colegio Médico de Tijuana.
Hoy en #Noticias7AM, realizamos una entrevista vía telefónica con el Presidente del Colegio Médico de Tijuana, el Dr. Eric Rosenberg, quien en conjunto con la comunidad médica de la región, hacen un llamado a la población a no desconfiar de la vacuna contra el #COVID19. Explica que los efectos secundarios que se han documentao han sido muy bajos en comparación con los beneficios que la aplicación de la vacuna traería.
COVID-19 has really exposed the lack of knowledge many people have regarding personal finance. Let's bridge this gap starting right now! This episode is all things Banking-but for teens! Listen to my interview with Eric Rosenberg, a freelance personal finance writer, whose work has been on the Huffington Post, Business Insider, Investopedia and more!Personal Profitability: https://personalprofitability.com/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/whyfimatters)
#111 - Eric Rosenberg - Creating personal profitability
Eric Rosenberg is a finance, travel, and technology writer in Ventura, California. He is a former bank manager and corporate finance and accounting professional who left his day job in 2016 to take his online side hustle full-time. He has in depth experience writing about banking, credit cards, investing, business, and other financial topics. When away from the keyboard, Eric enjoys exploring the world and spending time with his wife and family. Founders365 is hosted by business coach Steven Haggerty and shares the real stories from Founders who run inspiring and exciting companies. Listen to more and subscribe at https://stevenhaggerty.com/founders365
Eric Rosenberg Personifies Longevity in Financial Media
Plutus Awards Podcast
Anyone who starts a business hopes that they will be successful and be around for a long time. That road is fraught with challenges and as a business owner, you have to be able to adjust to the many changes that life brings. Eric Rosenberg joins Chris to talk about his journey in personal finance media, from a part-time blogger to a thriving business owner. Eric shares lessons he has learned, challenges he currently faces, and some of the bumps along the way. - How Eric learned to brand and position himself online - What are some of the shifts he's noticed since he started blogging - The challenges he is facing because of the AB5 law in California - He shares a few of his business ideas that didn't pan out Eric Rosenberg is a finance, travel, and technology writer in Ventura, California. He is a former bank manager and corporate finance and accounting professional who left his day job in 2016 to take his online side hustle full-time. He has in-depth experience writing about banking, credit cards, investing, business, and other financial topics. When away from the keyboard, Eric enjoys exploring the world and spending time with his wife and little girls. You can connect with him at Personal Profitability or EricRosenberg.com.
Today I had the pleasure of speaking with the founder of Personality Profitability, Eric Rosenberg. Eric was in corporate finance, an accounting professional, and even managed a bank. During that time, he started a side project which slowly but surely evolved into a full-fledged business. He eventually left his day job to pursue the business full-time. Now, he helps entrepreneurs and gives tactical advice on personal finances. Let’s dive into Eric’s story of how you can maximize your personal profitability.Things you will learn in this episode:[0:01 - 7:28] Opening Segment: Eric Rosenberg’s life journey I talked briefly about valuable information I’m introducing guest Eric Rosenberg, into the showEric talks about where his story really began He grew up surrounded by businessHe always has been focused on money-making more than the financial stuffHis first job after college was a bank manager His journey on how he became the founder of personal profitability [07:29 - 14:64] Eric talks about how he started his business and became a successful entrepreneurEric’s eight-year-old version of himself started using ledgerWanting to do more things and kept growing and growing from thereHow he started his business as a freelance writer Eric talks about how he became a successful financial blogger and a full-time entrepreneur.[14:65 - 23:31] How he came up with the Name Personal ProfitabilityHe met a lot of people who have different paths of successHe started meeting small bloggersHow he met his real big business clientHow he started doing website development projects and got stress He quit doing website development and focused on his writing careerWhile some follow their guts, he’s following numbersEric gives advice to people who are just started their personal finance journey [23:32 - 30:09] About Personal ProfitabilityThe way to investing strategiesEric briefly tells about what his blog is all aboutBasic thought process: Step One: Start Tracking your Money / IncomeKnow where you’re at right nowFundamentals: setting ourselves up to succeed[30:10 - 34:55] The FOCUS FIVE SegmentWhat book have you gifted most often? Art of Nonconformity by Chris GuillebeauWhat is one thing that you believe that most people would disagree with your life?I said on the unpopular opinion about ghosting people outside of abusive relationships is never okayMorning routine, How do you start your day?Getting up and just trying to keep up with my family these days.What is the best place we can connect with you online?See below for social link[34:06-35:39] Closing SegmentFinal words from meTweetable Quotes: “Make a difference by creating a life defined by freedom” - Hans Struzyna "If you trade hours for dollars you will never achieve true freedom in your life” - Hans Struzyna“Even if it’s not what you expected, even if it’s not a surprise you should embrace it”- Eric RosenbergYour gut can tell you wrong, and the numbers aren’t gonna lie to you” - Eric Rosenberg“If we go back to those fundamentals we’re setting ourselves up to succeed” - Eric RosenbergResources mentioned in the episode:Personal Profitability BootcampPat FlynnAbout Part-Time Money and Philip Taylor Mint.comArt of Nonconformity by Chris GuillebeauThe 80 / 20 PrincipleYou Only Live Once You can connect with Eric on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook or visit his website https://personalprofitability.com/LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes.To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, check out my website at Hansstruzyna.com. Get the chance to talk with me for FREE. Set up a call using this link https://calendly.com/h-struzyna/15min See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ep #09: Grow Your Wealth and Live a Better Life with Eric Rosenberg
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After starting out as a bank manager, Eric Rosenberg realized he had a passion for writing about money. Now the founder of PersonalProfitabilty.com, Eric spends his time teaching his clients how to practice mindfulness with their personal finances. He joins the show today to share the importance of structuring your finances correctly so that you are prepared to support yourself throughout your entire life. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3d6GVal
How To Start A Blog And Eventually Leave Your Job, with Eric Rosenberg [WJ65]
A guy with a couple college degrees starts a blog that eventually replaces his income. This allows him to leave cubicle-land (his day job). To learn more about Eric and his journey, visit https://wealthjunkies.com/wj65
How to Find What's Working for Your Business With Eric Rosenberg
Roadmap to Wealth: Real Estate
Taking the leap from a full-time day job to pursue a side-hustle can be difficult. But with the right skill set, passion, and discipline, success can be achieved. In this podcast, Elena talks to personal finance and business freelance writer, Eric Rosenberg. Eric Rosenberg is a California based finance, travel, and technology writer. With in-depth experience in finance and accounting roles, he helps businesses reach new customers by writing useful online content about banking and other financial topics. He also hosts the podcast Personal Profitability. In this episode, Eric talks about how he got started in writing finance blogs and how he started getting paid for writing online content. Also, Eric talks about the challenge of leaving his day job to take his online side-hustle full time. Lastly, Eric shares advice on finding success as an entrepreneur. What You Will Learn From This Episode - He talks about working in a bank and how he transitioned into a finance blogger. - Eric discusses how he started building connections with both startup and large financial companies - He talks about the book The $100 Dollar Startup, and how it relates to finding success as an entrepreneur - He shares how he started building his blog and talks about how he effectively manages his time - The people that mentored and influenced Eric in his online journey, and the traits and habits that have helped Eric achieve his success. Enjoy! Links Eric Rosenberg on LinkedIn https://ericrosenberg.com/ Personal Profitability