The moment you realize you dread going to work three out of five days a week or you develop a passion for something bigger than your salary, you know you’re on the highway to becoming a boss.
Following your passion and becoming an entrepreneur can be a significant lifestyle change especially when you’re scared of getting cash trapped.
Alright, you’re giving us the side-eye and asking – “How do I pursue my passion when the bills are piling up”?
No need to worry, the real boss herself has answers for you.
Sign up for a Facebook Live session with business coach and founder of My Boss Is Me – Kike-Lola Odusanya. On Monday, 5th June she will be talking to us about ways to becoming your own boss.
Kike-Lola is on a mission to help women around the world see their deepest desires and dreams come to fruition through what she calls “the gift of entrepreneurship.”
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Some of the topics we’ll cover
- Why you should be your own boss
- Things to do and think about before quitting your Job
- 7 steps to quitting your job like a boss
- Maximizing financial security and money issues
Facebook Live Details:
Date: Monday June 5th 2017
Time: 12pm Toronto // 5pm Lagos // 6pm Joburg
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Kike-Lola is the founder of My Boss Is Me, a virtual and personal development firm. She is a “serial entrepreneur”, author, speaker and a network marketing industry professional best known for a straight-shooting and result-driven approach to business and life.
Born and raised in Toronto, Kike-Lola believes entrepreneurial experience encompasses life skills that all women should develop as a way to reach their fullest potential. That’s why she refers to the entrepreneurial experience as the ultimate life skill.
She realizes business ownership is not for everyone, but Odusanya believes all women can benefit by exploring the mindset, talents, and knowledge of successful entrepreneurs and take control of their lives, proudly declaring, “My Boss Is Me.”