If you’ve been around the interwebs lately you might have seen some people talking about or ads referencing Work Your Way.
And you probably have some questions about it.
Well, I’m here to answer your questions about Work Your Way in this post.
Work your way is part of a free online event that will help you to take the steps necessary to start working from home, on your terms.
It will cover how to:
All of this comes from Caitlin Pyle who has grown her business to earn over $4.5 million in less than 5 years. But this part is just part one of the event…
The second part includes the Work At Home Summit which will introduce you to tons of online entrepreneurs who work from home and share how they do it. I’m proud to say it includes yours truly.
Finally, the event ends with a watch party that lets you get all your questions answered.
If you’re tired of working for someone else or just not earning enough, Work Your Way will provide you with the mindset and tools you need to take action and start earning more money from home.
The entire event runs from January 21st – February 4th.
The event kicks off with you learning from Caitlin and the three essential steps you need to take to be successful working from home January 21-25th. These steps are straight from her book which won’t be in bookstores until April 9th, so yes, you’re getting a free sneak preview!
Next up is the Work at Home Summit from January 28-30.
And finally, some live Q&A’s happening through February 4th.
Work Your Way is the entirety of the free 2-week virtual event. Whereas the Work At Home Summit is just one part of the event running from January 28th to January 30th.
Well, I can’t speak for others, but I know I get to talk about how you can use Pinterest to market your business. I’ll update this section as more details are released about the other speakers and topics.
You can get your free ticket to the event by signing up here.
It’s free so what do you have to lose?
Have more questions? Let me know in the comments!
Elizabeth Stapleton is the founder and voice behind Less Debt More Wine and ElizabethStapleton.com. She is a Pinterest marketer, online entrepreneur, and recovering attorney whose writing has been featured on Entrepreneur.com, The Huffington Post, The Penny Hoarder, Budgets Are Sexy, Credit Sesame, and Magnify Money. Additionally, she has been quoted in articles on Business Insider, Student Loan Hero, and Nerd Wallet.
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