Your Money Geek: Josh Weiss shares his Success Story and love of pop culture.

Writer Josh Weiss take park in Your Money Geeks popular Success Story interview series. Weiss joins notable figures such as Perez Hilton, Actress Dianne Franklin, and radio personality and influencer Jimmy Star in sharing his secrets to success.

United States - September 20, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Your Money Geek had arranged for an interview with writer Josh Weiss on 15th September 2019. The interview was conducted via email and social media. Mr. Weiss was interviewed as a part of Your Money Geek’s popular success story interview series.

Josh Weiss is a renowned name when considering entertainment writers. Weiss is a lover of all things pop culture and writes about movies, TV, comic books, and more for places like SYFY WIRE, The Hollywood Reporter, Forbes, and Marvel.

Josh Weiss has a passion for geeky content and shares about his immense love for Harry Potter. Mr. Weiss also composed on top 10 best Star Wars video games for the company. His geek writings entertained and influenced many and hence were listed for a part of the success story series.

When asked about what is a Freelance writer, his response was the title is ‘mercurial’, since he writes on a diverse format spanning from straight-up news coverage to opinion-based editorials and deep-dive analysis/interviews. In his interview, he mentioned about not being tied down to a single name and working independently.

To answer a common question, ‘how do you find freelance writing jobs?’ Josh said, “It’s not what you know; it’s who you know. The connections matter a lot but pave your path on your own and connect the circuit as you go.”

During the interview, he was asked about the challenges, achievements, learning, etc. Josh Weiss shares bits of advice that will put the pieces in perspective for aspiring freelance writers. He talks about mistakes and crucial deadlines.

Mr. Weiss shares his proud moments as a freelancer and speaks about the essence of health and time management. He gave a few tips from his professional experience so far. He shares details of his upcoming projects that he will be working.

The company spokesperson addressing Mr. Josh, said “we are grateful to have been able to interview Mr. Josh Weiss as a part of our success story series and are thrilled to know and share his freelancing experience with the world. His geeky content about star wars video games is one such exemplary samples of his work.”

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