4 basic things to explore further.
Product first, marketing second.
Basic stuff anyone can do.
Competency isn’t everything.
You don’t need no employer.
Being employed at one job, is the worst thing you can do.
Cross-cultural competency is a key skills for 2020.
Not just product-market fit.
Perfection is intimidating and self-indulgence annoying.
I reinvest 50% of my profits into my online businesses.
How to get your first 500 users fast(ish).
What a load of rubbish.
Solopreneurship = no employers or employees!
Pretend to have an office, when working from home.
Permanent jobs don’t exist, start your own business at home.
If you’re reasonably intelligent, being employed at one role is one of the worst things you can do.
Everyone should be making money online.
Taking your home security to another level.
I want to touch and feel.
“I have greater job security as a freelancer!” – 87% of UK graduates find freelancing appealing.
Overconfident and best at everything?
Avoid wasting time.
Why use your skills for somebody else’s benefit?
My accountant ended up costing me only £60.
You heard it here first.
The problem you thought you are solving, isn’t big enough.
Your time is controlled by other people’s priorities!?
How would you want to fill your days?
There is too much bad advice.
1/7 of UK workforce are self-employed.
It’s based on financial desperation, not desire to share.
Not just doing what you love.