Take the Leap to Be Self Employed

Free Training with Lydia Lee, Screw The Cubicle

    The decision to make your career and lifestyle changes aren’t easy to answer alone.


    Here’s why I’m inviting you to free training to overcome your fears and show you the possibilities for how you can take your leap to self-employment.

    Are these questions mulling around in your head?

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    Lydia Lee | Screw the Cubicle

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    Which self-employment options do I have beyond a 9-5 job?

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    Can I afford to quit my job and do something different?

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    How do I prepare a safe and practical transition plan?

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    What self-employment skills do I need to have my own independent career?

    If you have these question, you’re going to want to attend this training!


    Join me to learn the right approach to tackle these questions head-on, and feel a lot more confident in making your leap to self-employment.

    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.

    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.​