Are you currently employed but overwhelmed by the lack of work/life balance? Do you want to have more autonomy and control over your work hours and location? Are you thinking you would love to work for yourself but you don’t know what you would do or how to begin? This package is for you.
Fast forward through a bunch of common mistakes and obstacles when thinking of setting up your own business by joining this all-day workshop which will help you figure out what you want to do and how to do it.
Attendees will receive a 50 page coursebook that we will work through together. This workshop will cover the following topics:
Chapter 1 Setting Yourself up for Success
The Overwhelm-Busting To-Do List
Chapter 2 Figuring Out Your Ideal Work Day
What Am I Good At?
Current Vs. Ideal Day
My Dream Work Day
Jobs You Didn’t Know Existed or Never Considered
Getting Closer to Finding My Dream Job
Chapter 3 Boundaries
The Challenges of the Entrepreneur Life
Setting Up Work Hours
Establishing an Inspiring Work Space
Chapter 4 Self-Care & Impostor Syndrome
Building a Self-Care Toolkit
Dealing with Impostor Syndrome
Flood the Bad Habits with Good
Chapter 5 Steps to Setting Up Your Business
Steps to Setting Up A Business
Freelancers You Need to Hire Sooner Than You Think
Chapter 6 Money, Money, Money
Changing Financial Situation
Spreading the Bills
Breaking Even and More
The Highlight of the Day: The workshop will end with each person taking the hotseat to combat their current obstacles with their peers.
Dee Safieh is the Queen of the Spreadsheets, managing Operations and Events for multiple companies and charities for over 15 years. Dee has spent much of her life in the charity sector, as a fundraiser for humanitarian and development projects in Palestine. Most recently she was working for J.Nichole Smith Ltd, helping entrepreneurs build brands that matter. Previous to that, she was working with St John, fundraising for their hospitals and clinics in Jerusalem and Gaza. She has a frenchie called Lola, a little terror of a cat called Butters (yes, as in from South Park) and has recently adopted a blind, disabled, overweight snake called Bumblebee.