The Profit Junkie Podcast – Kevin Rogers

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The Profit Junkie Podcast with Jake Randall – Episode 40 – Kevin Rogers

Passion. It’s what we all are searching for in our lives, especially when it comes to our business. We want to find something we love. Something that doesn’t feel like ‘work.’

Kevin Rogers, the founder of Copy Chief, was in the same place. Rogers loved writing since he was young, and found his calling in freelance writing where he excelled for over ten years. However, he found himself facing severe burnout. 

In 2014, he started his wildly successful business, Copy Chief. By 2016, he was ready to leap into his business full-time. Copy Chief has grown into one of the most successful educational tools for freelance writers by creating a thriving and supportive community of the top online marketers.

We had the opportunity to sit down with Kevin Rogers and hear his story of inspiration and finding his passion in his work.

Rogers shares the following with The Profit Junkie:

  • His journey to getting started as a freelance writer.
  • The importance of taking chances and doing things that scare you.
  • What happened when he found his true passion.
  • People who inspired him and nurtured his growth as a writer.
  • How he went from the trenches of writing to teaching others how to be successful.
  • The hardest part of his transition from an independent contractor to a successful business owner.
  • The factors that set Copy Chief apart from other online writing groups.

Get connected and continue learning money-saving tips for you and your business:

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Follow Kevin Rogers on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/therealcopychief/


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