Leaving The Computer Field For Less Stress And More Money


A Conversation with Chris Myles

Expert Website Investor, Blogger, and Entrepreneur

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In this episode, Rich has a conversation with Chris Myles.

Chris and his wife tied the knot in 2013, and they welcomed their first child, a son, in 2016. His wife sat him down and said that she needed to leave her $40,000 per year job in order to offer “mommy-care” rather than “day-care” for their child.

So Chris began his online business endeavors with specialized blogging, video sharing website YouTube, and affiliate programs. After 18 months, they had enough money to pay off their debt and his wife could finally retire.

Chris is a major fan of Marvel movies and admits to being a Seinfeld and The Office nerd. Investments and e-commerce are two other areas of interest for him.

Thank you to Chris Myles for the conversation. Here are some links for Chris:

Blogger Evolution – Niche Website and Blogging Training

Social Media:
Chris Myles | BenjisDadOfficial (@chrismylesofficial) • Instagram photos and videos
ChrisMylesOfficial (@BenjisDad17) / Twitter

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