Permanent jobs don’t exist, start your own business at home.
You heard it here first.
I want to touch and feel.
Why use your skills for somebody else’s benefit?
Your time is controlled by other people’s priorities!?
How would you want to fill your days?
Avoid wasting time.
How to get your first 500 users fast(ish).
Perfection is intimidating and self-indulgence annoying.
What a load of rubbish.
There is too much bad advice.
My accountant ended up costing me only £60.
1/7 of UK workforce are self-employed.
Cross-cultural competency is a key skills for 2020.
It’s based on financial desperation, not desire to share.
Being employed at one job, is the worst thing you can do.
Pretend to have an office, when working from home.
Tech destroys jobs we don’t want, anyway.
Competency isn’t everything.
Solopreneurship = no employers or employees!
Not just doing what you love.
Nobody is waiting to give you money just because you have an exciting business idea.
You get slapped with NO’s, before you get a YES.
If you’re reasonably intelligent, being employed at one role is one of the worst things you can do.
How is this your agenda? You have to rethink how you do your job.
“I have greater job security as a freelancer!” – 87% of UK graduates find freelancing appealing.
Email me for workshop or speaking engagement opportunities.
We deserve to find fulfillment through work, not in spite of it.
You’re a person, not a number.
The thing I hated most about being an employee is that I had to think twice before saying something.
The culmination of devastating events, pushed Mallie Rydzik harder to seek real purpose in life, witch she has found through helping others.