Frustrated with the politics, the toxic culture and not having your voice heard?
You want to change the way work works for you.
You want a new career. You want a work life balance that works.
You think of starting your own business, but you don't know where to begin, what it would really be like, and would you make any money? Could you be an entrepreneur?
Corporate Crossovers is your essential guide book for the journey from dissatisfied employee to confident entrepreneur.
This book, packed full of practical advice, downloadable worksheets and stories from women who have already been there, will give you the clarity and confidence you need to leave your job and start your own business.
You will discover:
- • How to find the answer to the 'should I stay or should I go' question
- • Steps to discover a business idea if you don't have one
- • What it really feels like to leave the corporate world and be an entrepreneur
- • Strategies for making the crossover from employment to entrepreneurship smooth and successful
- • How to make a new work life balance equation
An expert in entrepreneurs and small business start ups, Wendy's book guides women in business through from that moment they realise that they want to leave their job to be an entrepreneur, all the way through to starting up.
Based on quantitative research from 300 Corporate Crossovers, and in depth interviews with 50, the book explains the internal and external factors of making the shift. It provides practical tools, advice and case studies to make the transition from employee to business owner as smooth as possible.
Get the clarity and confidence you need to leave your job, and start your own business.
"Over the past 10 years, I've seen more and more people make the move from corporate life to self-employment. Those that do always say how happier they feel with the freedom and flexibility that comes with being your own boss. Wendy's book will help you make the transition. And it's written by someone who knows as they've been there and done it!'
Emma Jones - founder of Enterprise Nation
"I believe that entrepreneurs are the heroes of our world, especially women who take the courageous leap to starting a business that is aligned with their core values. If you doubted your ability to start a business, yet your unfulfilling job makes you think it's the only possible option, please read this book. It will equip you to cross the chasm with confidence and a much higher likelihood of success.
Raj Sisodia - FW Olin Distinguished Professor of Global Business
Whole Foods Market Research Scholar in Conscious Capitalism
Co-founder and Co-chairman of Conscious Capitalism
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About the Author
She is passionate about changing the way work works - she has already helped over 1,500 women reorganise their working lives and is on a mission to help 10,000 more women do the same.
Before becoming a corporate crossover herself 11 years ago, she spent 20 years working for multi-nationals including Apple and the Financial Times, where she specialised in launching new businesses globally.
Wendy has featured on BBC Radio 4 Women's Hour and writes regularly for The Guardian.
She is a sought-after speaker at global women's events and entrepreneurship conferences and is the author of My New Business - A busy woman's guide to start up success