EPISODE
37

Josh Elledge

Founder & Chief Executive Angel of SavingsAngel.com

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Well, my friends…fasten your seatbelts! Today’s guest is going to give us the kick in the pants that we often need to get outside our comfort zone… face the fear, get in the seat of creation and do even greater things… Get ready to become uncomfortable! His name is Josh Elledge. He is a consumer savings expert and founder & chief executive angel of savingsangel.com®, the most comprehensive coupon and sale matching service available…. the site helps folks cut our monthly grocery bill in half! Not bad, right?

In 2014, Josh also launched 90 Days to Abundance – a webinar series and a podcast which teaches the secrets to saving money and time in ALL areas of life – not just at the grocery store.

Just to give you some background on how we know each other… I met Josh at The Financial Bloggers Conference back in the fall of 2014 when I was considering starting a podcast. I recall being in a really overcrowded room. We’re all wearing badges, getting to know each other at this mixer, white wine in hand…and Josh befriended me and – in those 20 or so minutes of chatting – gave me such inspiration, guidance and hope for launching this podcast. You’re going to tell right away that Josh is a generous person, to say the least….

A few key takeaways from this interview:

— How not to let fear dictate your value.

— Why Josh worked 60 hours a week during high school and how that shaped the rest of his life…

— How Oprah and Bono influenced Josh and indirectly helped conceive his business!

— The trait that makes a terrible employee but a fantastic entrepreneur.

If you’d like to learn more about Josh Elledge, visit his website www.savingsangel.com and follow him on Twitter @joshelledge.

Our favorite quote from the interview: “I’m not counting on anybody else to make my success.”- click to tweet