Women’s Economic Ventures (WEV) asked me to be on a panel tonight to talk with the new students in the Self-Employment Training (SET) Fall 2010 class in Thousand Oaks at Cal Lutheran University.
As a grateful recent graduate, I said yes, I’d love to share my experience and advice!
They asked me to prepare the answers to the following questions (in bold), and I told the students tonight that I would post my responses on this blog.
So welcome SET students! And congratulations on taking the class and committing yourself to a new life! Please subscribe while you’re here–it’s easy! You can subscribe by email or RSS feed. And if you’re on facebook, please join us in conversation there, too: http://www.facebook.com/The.Write.Alley (more…)
Check out this video about the Women’s Economic Ventures self-employment training class from which I just graduated (with honors!) It starts out with me!
If you’ve ever considered starting your own business, or if you want to kick your business up a notch, and you live in the Ventura/Santa Barbara region, I highly recommend you check WEV out. You’ll learn a lot about running your own business and to complete the course, you’ll write a business plan.
Then you’ll be ready to sign up for one of our “From Business Plan to Website” workshops!
Of course you don’t have to be a WEV graduate to take our workshops or to get coaching. But if you are affiliated with WEV, be sure to mention it to receive substantial discounts on our coaching and writing services!