Freelance Flipping Course For Aspiring Women Entrepreneurs: Program Reviewed

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Startup Business Wire has released an in-depth review of The Freelancing Genius platform and its benefits to enterprising women looking to start their own businesses.

In Startup Business Wire’s recently released review, readers can learn how The Freelancing Genius platform allows women to use strategies such as ‘freelance flipping’ to build a successful and flexible business.

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The new article also highlights an upcoming online workshop presented by The Freelancing Genius’ creator Alicia Lyttle, which outlines how to use the platform through participation and real-life success stories.

Recent studies have shown that around 40% of women start a new business each year, and with the growth of the internet there are also more opportunities than ever before. However, despite these figures, knowing where to start when launching an internet business can be the largest hurdle many women face.

Startup Business Wire’s latest piece on The Freelancing Genius highlights how the platform can help women both learn and grow their entrepreneurial skills.

As the article explains, Alicia Lyttle’s platform covers all the technical aspects of running an online business, including invoice management, payment automation, and client connections. Additionally, readers will learn about its tools for self-organization, such as tracking time and organizing marketing materials.

Startup Business Wire also explains that the platform is suitable for individuals of all technical skills, with in-built tutorials and customer support available to assist with any issues a user may have. Women can also use the platform for creating flexible full-time business ventures, or for developing part-time work to create additional income to support their retirement.

Furthermore, the publication highlights ‘freelance flipping’, one of the main strategies taught in the workshop for managing tasks. This strategy allows entrepreneurs to fill gaps in their own skill sets without losing time learning but by instead hiring other freelancers who have the knowledge and skills needed to complete tasks.

Access to Alicia Lyttle’s live workshop can be done through a link found within the report, which also gives details for additional resources for those looking to take their learning further.

The author added, “With Alicia’s guidance, you can develop the skills to become a true freelancing genius with her program.”

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