DISCLAIMER: I am not affiliated with the Work At Home Summit nor related entities (e.g. Work At Home School; Proofread Anywhere). I don’t endorse or condemn this summit. I’m not getting compensated in any way. This is just a personal review of the Work At Home Summit I attended last week.
I told some of you on my show a couple of weeks ago that I was attending a summit for people that want to work at home for a career (It was called Work At Home Summit).
It lasted from January 29th (Monday) to February 3rd (Saturday).
I picked a few videos to watch each day.
There were some videos on there that didn’t pertain to my situation.
Each video I watched had enormous amounts of information to share.
I listened to videos pertaining to certain topics:
- Coming up with a business plan
- Virtual assisting
- Accounting and taxes for a business
- Finding work at home jobs
- Decision on starting a business
- Learning about my purpose
- Writing eBooks
- Creating an online course
- Time management
- Budgeting on Variable Income
I also watched a few Facebook Live chats with the creator of the summit.
The creator was very encouraging.
I liked how truthful and honest she was.
She also gave away a free eBook pertaining to financial mindsets.
From that book, I learned that the more skills I learn to solve other peoples’ problems, the more money I can make.
I decided to enroll in the beginning level package (Which cost me $147. I found $130 in a dormant savings account. I will pay the rest out of my emergency fund budget at the end of the month).
Because of that, I got a free eBook that will be published later this year.
Overall, it was a good experience. It made me realize that I was meant for more and I can do more in my life than I currently am doing.
I hope this will give me information I will need to start my own Financial Coaching/ Counseling business.
Let me know what you all think.
Thank You and Have A Great Day,