Are you looking for ways to escape your 9 to 5 job? Do you want the flexibility of working from home while following your passion? Do you need guidance to move from being a freelancer to a business owner? You are in the right place because this is the Home Entrepreneur Show, your weekly dose of actionable inspiration, where home-based entrepreneurs share their stories and strategies to build a successful business from home. Each episode is packed with practical tips and resources that will take you one step closer to you entrepreneurial goals.

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Ep 005: Lise Cartwright: Leading a location independent life by writing books

Lise Cartwright is an Amazon bestselling author who has written over 20 books. She started working as a freelance writer on Odesk a few years back so that she could earn enough to quit her job in an admin role. After becoming a successful content writer, Lise ventured into writing her own books under different genres. The passive income she is generating has given her the freedom to lead a location independent life, travelling around the world. Lise now coaches aspiring authors and has also co-founded a portal called Author Basics.

“You can’t scale your side business if you are working a full-time job. You have to make that decision.” –¬†Lise Cartwright

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Ep 004: Kishen Sreehari: Founding a Startup after Dropping out of College

Kishen Sreehari is a startup founder from India. He dropped out of his college in Chennai where he was pursuing a degree in Commerce and moved to Bangalore to join a startup company. Soon he quit to start his own web design venture and ran it successfully for 3 years. He is now working on creating software products to help self-published authors and also teach them growth hacking strategies!

“If you are sure about what you want to do, it’s not difficult to convince others.” –¬†Kishen Sreehari

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Ep 003: Morgan Gist MacDonald: How to Transition from a Freelancer to a Business Owner

Morgan Gist MacDonald is a writing coach and editor of nonfiction writing¬†and the founder of Paper Raven Books.¬†She¬†blogs about writing, motivation, and impacting the world¬†with your words at¬†paperravenbooks.com. She started her career in the field of sociology and later found her passion in editing books. In this episode we’ll find out more about how this mom of 3 kids transitioned from a sociology teacher to a home entrepreneur. Morgan also shares her story of how she positioned herself as a company rather than a freelancer.

“When you start feeling the stress and overwhelm, that’s probably because you are turned inward. But when you turn outward to help others with their problems, that’s where you feel¬†the nudge from the Universe about where you should go next.” –¬†Morgan Gist Macdonald

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Ep 002: Dan Norris : Creating a Team to run a successful Service Business

Dan Norris is a serial entrepreneur from Gold Coast, Australia. He is an award winning content marketer, international speaker and the author of the bestselling books The 7 Day Startup and Content Machine. After failing at several entrepreneurial ventures, Dan started WP Curve in 2013. The company provides WordPress support to over 2000 clients by managing a team of over 40 developers from across the globe.

“I started WP Curve 2 years ago with just me, my phone and a developer in the Philippines.” –¬†Dan Norris

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Ep 001: Megan Pangan : Creating a business based on the real you!

Megan Pangan was working in a government job selling flying discs, while learning photography from her boyfriend during her free time. She gradually grew her side-business of wedding photography that helped her to finally quit her uninspiring job. Megan now runs a video production company called Clean Media Production and is also the host of the hugely popular podcast Get in the Lab.

“If you have a talent or gift, that’s awesome. But you need to develop it.” – Megan Pangan

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Ep 000: Emergence of the Home Entrepreneur

In this introductory episode, I talk about my transition from an employee to an entrepreneur. As I had no one in my family running business, I started drawing ideas and inspiration from other successful entrepreneurs I admired.

“The fastest way to success is to study the path followed by other successful people and then create¬†a¬†roadmap of your own based on what would suit your lifestyle.” – Jyotsna Ramachandran

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