One-Day Workshop for Women Considering Self-Employment
Creative and enterprising women, living in Westminster, or Kensington and Chelsea Borough, interested in finding out what’s involved in running their own business have a fully funded opportunity to take themselves and their ideas seriously.
Designed specifically for women who are parents, guardians or helping to care for someone in their family or community, if you have a business idea, a hobby you’d like to make money from, or are simply wondering if you’ve got what it takes, this workshop with Sarah-Jane Menato will help you decide whether or not the time is right to further explore self-employment. .
This workshop is an opportunity to put your toe in the water, explore what’s involved and see for yourself just how easy it can be to set up and run your own business. In the company of like-minded women you’ll have fun and explore topics like:
• What is an Entrepreneur? • Why choose self-employment? • The skills and qualities of an entrepreneur, and have you got what it takes? • Work-Life-Balance and your vision of your future. • Business Plans. What are they and who are they for? • You as your best marketing resource.
This flexible workshop will help answer your questions and support you in exploring how self-employment might work for you.
Paddington Rotary in partnership with the Award Winning Portobello Business Centre and the trainer Sarah-Jane Menato are joining up to deliver a fully funded programme called MyLifeMix for creative, enterprising women interested in exploring self-employment. To qualify:
a) women must live in Westminster, or Kensington and Chelsea Borough and
b) be parents, guardians or helping to care for someone in their family or community.
About Sarah-Jane Menato:
As a coach, facilitator, author and consultant Sarah-Jane is a perceptive guide inviting people off well-worn paths and into their next iteration and a future that’s emerging for them.
Sarah-Jane designs and delivers workshops and retreats that include; leadership development, re-defining success, and business start-up programmes. She also runs workshops using archetypes and myth as doorways to greater creativity and imagination as everyday resources.
Her book, Ariadne’s Thread and The Myth of Happily Ever After is available to pre-order with publication set for July 2018.