How to Start a Side Hustle While Keeping Your Day Job

Free Training with Lydia Lee, Screw The Cubicle

    The best way to eventually become your own boss is to start a side hustle and build your self-employed income while you still have the safety and security of your day job.

    Starting a side hustle can not only increase your income but create career and life-changing opportunities that you wouldn’t have normally stumbled upon at J-O-B.

    I’ll be teaching you the steps to start a side hustle that’ll help you get more traction, road test your ideas, and build your confidence in your work.

    This free learning is all about how to start a side hustle while still employed, so you can quit safely and make a living independently.

    What you’ll learn at the free webinar

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    Lydia Lee | Screw the Cubicle

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    Generate side hustle ideas using your existing skills (free workbook to help you generate ideas)

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    Validate an idea before you spend time + money

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    Road test your side hustle idea to know you like it (and people would value paying)

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    Prepare to launch your side hustle

    About Lydia

    Lydia is the Founder and Corporate Escape Coach of Screw The Cubicle, a movement to inspire people to break free from the shackles of conventional work.

    From building businesses to forging freelance careers, she’s already helped hundreds of talented professionals repurpose their skills to create better versions of their careers and become better versions of themselves.

    Now based in Bali, she spends her time teaching people how to quit the jobs that are crushing their souls, discover their hidden talents, and make money doing something they love (and will care about).

    Lydia’s work has been published in Forbes, The Huffington Post, and featured in Elle Canada and The Telegraph newspaper.​

      About Lydia

      Lydia is the Founder and Corporate Escape Coach of Screw The Cubicle, a movement to inspire people to break free from the shackles of conventional work.

      From building businesses to forging freelance careers, she’s already helped hundreds of talented professionals repurpose their skills to create better versions of their careers and become better versions of themselves.

      Now based in Bali, she spends her time teaching people how to quit the jobs that are crushing their souls, discover their hidden talents, and make money doing something they love (and will care about).

      Lydia’s work has been published in Forbes, The Huffington Post, and featured in Elle Canada and The Telegraph newspaper.​