Here, the three ways Julia says she is going to get paid:
1) "Hopefully we'll sell — well, 'we' meaning myself and I and Lilly [her dog] over there — we'll sell a book, we'll sell a company, we'll sell a television show, and we'll sell a screenplay."
2) "I have started to do a lot of public speaking. I've spoken to all the senior execs at A&E, and the top three hundred marketing execs at Unilever."
3) "We take the [standard] click-through ad sales and tweak it so it's much more personal...People look at us like we are their friends, so when we recommend something it has a hell of a lot more value than an ad."
Here, the two ways Julia says she will not get paid:
1) "It can't be dependent on me writing more articles. You can make what? $50,000 a year?"
2) "What, like fucking my way to the middle? Yeah, I didn't do that."
Have any screenwriting, public speaking, or product endorsement work that does not involve writing articles or fucking? Contact "the next Oprah," thx. [Huffpo. Fun fact: Jeremy Abelson is the mastermind behind "Fashion Meets Finance." Appropriate!]