March 13, 2018

How To Be A Multi-Hyphenate

A few weeks ago I did a really fun event organised by Maven Events, hosted at WeWork alongside the brilliant Dolly Alderton. We discussed self-employment, how to have many strings to your bow, the stigmas of being a multi-hyphenate but more importantly how to make it work and why we love it. A multi-hyphenate is someone who has multiple ‘hyphens’ to what they do, and cannot sum up their job in one word because they don’t do just one thing.

I have written a whole practical book on this topic, called THE MULTI-HYPHEN METHOD. If you want to work less, create more and design your own career, this is the book for you.

You can pre-order a copy here.

One Response

  1. Eve Elizabeth says:

    Is this talk available to listen anywhere?

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