Hi, I’m Jay!
Welcome to my personal finance and side hustle blog. I started this blog to share with you the many ways of having more money. My ultimate goal is to help you get closer to financial freedom. I document a lot of income-generating ideas and test them personally to show you real results. These may help you decide to pursue new income sources for you & your family to improve your quality of life.
Formerly a professional hockey player, I entered the corporate world as a sales rep in 2009. I worked in sales for 9 years, including medical devices, making over 1 million dollars during that time. This helped build my foundation and passion for finance and money management. I became genuinely interested and obsessed with the many different ways of growing net worth. A few of my financial experiments have paid off significantly to become the pillars of my online business today. As a young adult, my net worth is now over $1M dollars. My friends make fun of me because I’m constantly analyzing online metrics and ROIs. They’ve coined me: the Web Wizard! Most of my revenue comes from online sales, affiliate sales, and advertising; hence the name Web Wizard Media.
I really enjoy reading other financial articles; especially the comments and discussions section. Please feel free to write anywhere on this blog.
10 random facts about me:
- I was drafted in the NHL by the New Jersey Devils.
- I drive a Tesla Model 3 (named BlackBird II) after owning a Model X since 2016.
- The Cybertruck is preposterous, but I’m still thinking about buying one!
- My primary language is French.
- Food I hate most: papaya.
- After experimenting with a dozen
dietsways to eat, the most effective one for my body type is low-carb and sometimes keto when I can keep red wine away.
- I drive Uber only because I’m genuinely interested in chatting and learning from other people.
- Jogging is for punishment only.
- If life was easy, it would be boring…
- There’s no such thing as failing, it’s called experimental learning.
Follow my progress reports to see how my financial experiments are paying off.