A little while back, I experimented in having new financial perspectives writing for MDJ. Namely Kathryn the Personal Finance Coach, Ed Rempel the CFP and CMA, and QCash the self made millionaire in his 30’s.

I wasn’t sure how well the new voices would be received at the time, but the positive feedback has been overwhelming.  Having a fresh perspective with new financial experiences helps reach out to more people, thus solidifying the educational blog that MDJ strives to be.

Articles written by a regular writer are perhaps better received than the sporadic guest post as it provides a consistent voice. Having said that, I am now looking for a new staff writer (or two) to complement the existing team.

If you have a knack for writing and a passion for personal finance, here’s your chance to get exposure to thousands of readers.  Interested?  Contact me with your background, writing samples and finance experience.

Here are some articles from our other writers:

Kathryn (The Personal Finance Coach):

  • Limiting Beliefs about Money
  • 8 Ways to Simplify Christmas
  • Asking Why: The Purpose Behind your Financial Goals

Ed Rempel (The CFP and CMA)

QCash (Retired in his 30’s with over a million in net worth)

Interested in writing for Million Dollar Journey?  You can contact me here for more details.

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FT is the founder and editor of Million Dollar Journey (est. 2006). Through various financial strategies outlined on this site, he grew his net worth from $200,000 in 2006 to $1,000,000 by 2014. You can read more about him here.
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11 years ago

I would be interested in writing for you…what kind of steps do I need to take to get my name out there?


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11 years ago

I agree that having regular writers is much better than sporadic guest posts. This way you actually get to know each writer and more trust is established. Good luck finding the next MDJ writer.

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11 years ago

I like QCash’s articles