Greetings my fellow unemployable person!
Our new community — the Unemployable Initiative — is off to a roaring start. The fact that a few community members have already posted ideas that have given me things to ponder demonstrates just how powerful this environment is.
And that’s helping me give you new ideas. Ideas based on what’s working right now when it comes to a lucrative no-investor, no-employee company.
We’ve already introduced a set of interactive community features this week. And we’re cranking it up next week with a free seminar that covers my current business-building process.
It’s called the Curation Code, and it’s going live next Wednesday, September 4, 2019. The seminar is free, and so is the Unemployable Initiative — for now.
To get involved and access the seminar, apply here by next Tuesday the 3rd. After that, we’ll be closing access to the community, and deciding whether we’re charging a monthly fee when we open it back up in January of 2020.
See you in there? Join us here.
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unemployable: curated by kat
Want to Make a Deal? Stop Selling and Start Connecting | Entrepreneur
Selling isn’t about pushing. It’s about persuasion through connection. Here’s how to be better at it.
How to Address the Pitfalls of Remote Work | Fast Company
Working from home isn’t all sunshine and stretchy pants. Here’s how to beat the collaboration, productivity, and emotional disadvantages that can arise.
“For so long, industry professionals and advocates of wellness have talked about the importance of work-life balance, but now we’re moving toward more of a blended approach, combining leisure and work.”
A Short Guide to Pricing Your Services as a Consultant or Coach | Harvard Business Review
Charge too much, and you won’t have any clients. Too little, and you’ll work yourself to the bone — and become resentful in the process. How can you strike a balance that enables you to build a thriving freelance, coaching, or consulting business where you’re helping people and are fairly compensated for it?
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