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e2E launch

I am very pleased to announce that I officially launched my e2E course this afternoon via my first webinar. πŸ˜„
There’s two ways to look at this:
1) long overdue 😞
2) right on-time 😊

I’m going to choose #2.

There’s something to be said about how we choose to look at thing. During this global pandemic we see some people respond with despondence and others with initiative. Which category do you fall into?

I’ve been thinking about creating something (other than this blog) based upon my knowledge, experience, and skills as a mentor & advisor for some years now. I’m grateful that all of the pieces have finally come together at a time when so many seem to be searching for an answer to ever growing employment issues and for the opportunity to offer some help to solve the problem. So what is this e2E course about?

First, I want to define e2E which stands for “employee to Enterpreneur”. If you’re fortunate enough to still have a job in this era of pandemic, social distancing, and companies furloughing and right-sizing employees CONGRATULATIONS!!! If not or if you do but realize that things could change quickly so you need a ‘back-up’ plan, that’s what the course is here to help you create.

I started today with a free Entrepreneurship master class in which I covered the basic parts of that back-up plan and made available a free entrepreneur starter pack to the attendees. The image is a still of the beginning of the class. Afterwards, I immediately started following up to get feedback and so far it’s been positive in that what I’m providing in the free class is of value.

My next step is to increase the reach of my online promotions about the next free master class to drive enrollments in the course. Gotta follow my own process to self-improvement and success!

Just thought I’d share the process…

Ms. ME

Putting it all together

So if you’ve checked out this blog in the past few months, you may have come across the New Beginnings post. Unfortunately that effort has been DELAYED, not cancelled due to some timing and technical issues recording and editing the videos. So we’re going to move forward with more posts starting this week.

But if you’re a long-time follower, you undoubtedly remember our Divorce Your Job & Keep the House series from back in 2015. Well we’re happy to report that the series of blog posts (that was never completed, we know and we’re sorry 😞) will now be released as an online course. Now I, Ms. ME, know what you’re thinking:

  • I don’t have the time for a long drawn out course ⌚
  • I don’t have the money πŸ’°
  • I’m afraid of failing, lack of support 😨
  • I have an idea of what I want to do but don’t know where to start 😡

SHUT ALL OF THAT NEGATIVITY DOWN NOW!!! And flip it…

  • You don’t have any more time to waste doing something that doesn’t speak to your dreams and passions. 🏁
    And I promise this course will not be long. In fact the intro is only about 30 minutes .
  • You have the money for my FREE masterclass. What’s more every attendee will walk away with a my FREE side-gig starter pack.
  • You will conquer FEAR (false expectations appearing real) and step into the life you were meant to live. I will support you.
  • That’s GREAT that you have an idea!!! I’ve done it before, I’ve taught others and I’m ready to show you where to start.

So what’s next? πŸ€·πŸΎβ€β™€οΈπŸ€·πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈ

Register now for the FREE master class happening Sunday, July 19th at 4 PM EST.

Will your idea be the next big thing founded in a time of crisis, like so many of the big, well-known companies of today? Only if you have a plan! Can’t wait to help you make yours.😊

Until then, why not go back and check out those past blog posts…

How to Divorce Your Job and Keep the House – THE REVIVAL

Wow it’s been 10Β months since our last Divorce Your Job post! embarassed emoji

Unfortunately the personal quest to divorce my job occupied my time and while new blog postings were made, none pertained to this series.

The following infographic from an Entrepreneur.com article shows why this Divorce Your Job series is still relevant despite it’s most recent extended hiatus. In case I haven’t complained earlier about the millenial title that I feel has been inappropriately applied to too wide a span of birth yearsEntrepreneur infographic

In my experience, the two years to entrepreneurial independence is an accurate average. While I haven’t fully divorced my job, I did manage to divorce my job location in favor of somewhere that will better serve my entrepreneurial endeavor.

If you have been following this series, tell us what steps have you taken so far in divorcing your job.