📬 Your FlexRoles #14

Time to make your first £/$ as a flexer!

Happy Monday!

This week, we're all about helping our newbie flexers make their first buck!

We know some of you are already flex ninjas, but hey, we all had to start somewhere, right? So, we're dedicating this edition to all the fresh faces who've just joined us, ready to see what the flex work revolution hype is all about.

Got a dinner with friends coming up?
Impress and inspire by talking about this movement you're now a part of.
You're not just following a trend, you're on the cutting edge!

Let’s get after it!

Today’s Flex takes j 4 minutes:

FlexThoughts 💭

Making your first dollar as a Flexer

Stepping out on your own account is a massive step to take.
Particularly if you have spent your entire career as an employee.
This week we’re going to help you make that first £/$ as a flexer!
Click Here to read more and make it happen

FlexFix ⚒️

Each week we set you up with one (this week it’s 2) actionable tips to get you Flex Ready.
Your task?
- Get them done, this week!
- You’ve got this 💪

 Stay Informed and Adaptable in Your Industry:

”Change before you have to.” – Jack Welch

Staying informed and adaptable not only makes you more attractive to potential employers but can also help you identify new opportunities.

  1. Follow Industry News: Regularly read industry publications, blogs, and news articles to stay informed about the latest trends and developments. This will not only keep your knowledge up to date but also provide topics for discussion during interviews or networking events.

  2. Engage with Industry Leaders: Follow and engage with thought leaders in your field on social media. This can provide insights into where the industry is heading and help you to adapt accordingly.

  3. Participate in Professional Groups: Joining industry-specific groups on LinkedIn or other platforms allows you to engage in discussions, share your thoughts, and learn from others.

  4. Attend Conferences and Webinars: These events can offer deep insights into the latest trends and technologies. They're also great opportunities for networking.

  5. Embrace New Technology: Be open to learning and using new tools or technologies that become prevalent in your industry. Comfort with change is a key aspect of adaptability. - Don’t just play with ChatGPT aim to learn something about it’s funcionality that might be news to friends of colleagues.

  6. Demonstrate Adaptability in Your Work History: Use your CV or LinkedIn profile to highlight roles or projects where you've had to adapt to new situations or learn new skills. This provides concrete proof of your adaptability.

 Make your First £/$ as a Flexer

Read our featured article above, use the templates and never look back… You’re welcome.

FlexFlix 📱

In this section we’ll share with you what we’re watching, reading or listening to that helps us Flex faster, more efficiently and all-round win more!

This week we’re reading:
The Hard Thing About Hard Things - Ben Horowitz.

The Hard Thing About Hard Things

Ben Horowitz

A candid and insightful guide to the harsh realities of entrepreneurship, detailing Ben’s own personal experiences and provides invaluable advice on navigating difficult problems business schools often don't cover…

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FlexRoles 💰

Each week we hand-pick some of the best Flex Roles out there!
What are you waiting for?

That’s all for this week!
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