With over 80 bite-size video lectures, supported by exercises, worksheets and online discussion, this course, from the team at Flying Solo, steps you through the design of your own business.
Having worked with entrepreneurs, freelancers and independents for nearly two decades, the creators have condensed all they've seen, all they've learned and all they know into this course.
Whether you’re starting from scratch or totally overhauling and rejuvenating a venture that's been ticking along for years, Work your way shows you how to succeed in the new world of work.
"No other person ever has, or ever will have, the unique blend of talents, strengths, and perspective that you have"
Bring out your bestWe’ll help you identify your strengths, passions and limitations, with exercises to design your ideal workstyle, workspace and routine.
Map your pathClarify where you’re heading and the steps to get there. Ideal for startups and those needing to fall back in love with their business.
Seize your marketUnderstand the needs of your audience and how to attract dream customers through compelling language and targeted marketing.
Be the expertLearn how to promote your knowledge and passion to increase attention, build engagement, grow reach and bump up revenue.
Get set for successSave time and money through innovative systems & processes, charging your worth and embracing delegation and outsourcing.
Keep calm & focusedDiscover proven techniques to banish overwhelm, maximise productivity, set priorities, silence distractions and maintain laser focus.
Robert began his solo journey in London 25 years ago. He co-wrote the bestseller Flying Solo: How to go it alone in business; started a national business community with over 100k members; was the Freelance Expert for Monster; a columnist for the Telegraph; host of a video series for CBS and pops up as a media commentator, facilitator and speaker at conferences and events. Today he works as a self-styled venture strategist and podcaster from his base in Sydney.
"Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist."
Frequently Asked Questions
"Prepare to take notes!"
Dan Pink, Free Agent Nation, Drive
"a breath of fresh air for anyone trapped in career hell"
Carl Honoré, In Praise of Slow
"wake up to the possibilities"
Michael Gerber, E Myth