How I Survived My First Year Of Full-Time Self-Employment ... Going it Alone At 40

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In December 2011 I stopped being part-time employed / part-time self-employed and took the big, exciting (and scary) step into full-time self-employment. Except it wasn't scary, because I'd worked, planned, set goals and knew when it was time to do it. In this book I share exactly how I got to that stage. No tricks, no schemes to buy into, just solid and proven information and advice. More

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About Liz Broomfield

I'm a self-employed editor, proofreader, localiser and transcriber (who happens to have fought high cholesterol and won) and I'm passionate about sharing the lessons I've learned along the way to help other people.

My books use my own personal experience to show you how you can achieve similar results. No gimmicks, nothing to download or buy (except for the books), no schemes to join, just good, old-fashioned common sense. I tell you exactly what I did, and share my experiences, good and bad, and I try to provide some useful resources, too, where you can find more information.

I hope you enjoy reading my books. As an independent author, I don't have a huge marketing machine behind me. So if you read and like one of my books, please consider submitting a review, and sharing your purchase on your social networks - thank you!

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Ali Hope reviewed on Aug. 20, 2013

This is an excellent no nonsense account of how Liz Broomfield took the plunge in starting up her own business. Offering great advice and tips on tax, networking, blogging and the use of social media and how to create a sensible work life balance. Diary enteries chart the author's progress through her first year working as a full time self-employed woman. Ms Broomfield offers a great insight into the work of an editor, proofreader and transcriber. This is an enormously useful book instead of one full of silly buzz words - this is a book offering practical solutions for someone setting up a small business from home.
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