A mentoring programme focused on implementation support and accountability to help experienced corporate professionals grow their expert business faster – without sacrificing their personal life to do so.
who has hit a ceiling in your career and is looking to build a business to eventually replace your income and provide the freedom and flexibility you crave
who has been successful in your corporate career and now wants to leverage your skills and expertise in a business that aligns with your passions and values
who is ready to take the leap into entrepreneurship, but needs guidance and support to navigate the challenges of building a business from scratch while still working full-time
with a growing sense that it’s not what you want to be doing for the rest of your life. However, you’re not sure what your next steps should be or how to make a successful transition into entrepreneurship.
leaving the security and stability behind. You want to feel confident that your business idea is viable and has the potential to support you financially before taking the leap.
but lack the practical knowledge and experience to turn it into a successful enterprise. You want a structured and supportive environment to guide you through the process and help you avoid common pitfalls.
Our programme is designed to help you build a thriving business that aligns with your passions and lifestyle, empowering you to leave behind the confines of the corporate world for good.
If you’re new to One Step Outside, the first step is to work through the Business Academy. This is a self-paced course that will take you through our 5 pillars™ curriculum and ensure that you have solid foundations in place.
And we’ll help you implement these pillars in your own business inside the Outsiders Business Incubator programme.
MEET OUR FOUNDER
Voted ‘most likely to succeed’ and graduating top of her class aged 17, Anna studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Oxford and then continued on to do a post-graduate degree in International Relations at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva.
Having ‘ended up’ in corporate marketing after her studies, she spent the formative years of her career in beauty and luxury brand management. Leaving her role at multinational Procter & Gamble to start her own company in 2013, she began her new entrepreneurial path by providing digital marketing consulting to well-known brands like Burberry through to exciting new start-ups and solopreneurs.
Anna now combines her decade of experience in corporate marketing with her training in coaching and positive psychology techniques to help people reimagine the next phase of their career, with a blend of life coaching and business mentoring.
An individual kick-off call with Anna to design a personal roadmap what works for your specific goals and circumstances
Access to the Business Academy course curriculum including 20 video lessons along with a corresponding 49-page pdf workbook
1:1 support from Anna via quarterly 1:1 coaching and mentoring calls plus weekly check-ins via WhatsApp
Structured milestones and checkpoints to hold you accountable and make sure you’re progressing
Monthly group coaching and Q&A calls to share your progress, wins and challenges with the community
The Outsiders Business Incubator is our flagship mentoring programme that will help you take your ideas to market and ultimately get you to earning a consistent income in your business.
This programme is for experienced corporate professionals who are looking to build a business alongside their job, or to build their side hustle into a full-time business, and transition out of their corporate career. They are ambitious, multi-passionate individuals who are looking to create a business that aligns with their lifestyle goals and values.
The Incubator programme provides the coaching, structure, and accountability they need to execute their escape plan and make a successful transition into working for themselves and earning a living from their expert business.
Everyone joining the Incubator is expected to have first completed the Business Academy or to have had a call with Anna to confirm equivalent knowledge and understanding. The Academy is a self-paced course that will take you through the foundational curriculum, which we will then be implementing together in the Incubator.
(If you’re already generating generating a consistent revenue from your business as your primary source of income, you might be eligible for the Business Accelerator.)
The investment in 2023 is £500 (approximately $700, 600€) per month, or you can get 10 months for the price of 12 with a one-off payment.
The commitment is for a full year in recognition of the major changes involved in making this transition out of the 9 to 5 and so that you can follow this programme at your own pace alongside your full-time job and other priorities in your life.
There is also a 6-month Fast-track option, ideal if you have already quit your job and are looking to advance more quickly with your business.
The programme will take you through tried-and-tested steps, frameworks, tools, exercises, and techniques that have worked for Anna and for countless clients before you. There is no magic formula, no “6 steps to 6 figures” that we can hand you in a pdf and, tada, you’ll be living your dream life. The key here is for you to take ownership of your career, to put in the effort and do the work–and the results will follow.
If you’re still unsure if this is right for you then please book a call to tell me about your specific situation.
If you have a sense that you want to start a business but you’re not sure yet what that business will be, then your first step is to complete the Business Academy. This course will take you through the foundational 5 pillars™ curriculum to help you map out your vision, your ideal clients, and your business model.
The Outsiders Business Incubator is a unique hybrid programme that gives you the intimacy of 1:1 support; the training, frameworks, and structure of a course; and the community of a group programme. Developed and led by Anna Lundberg, it’s built on Anna’s own experience of quitting her job back in 2013 and then building her coaching and consultancy business, and validated by the many members who have gone through the programme and successfully completed their own transition since then.
For any other questions not covered here, get in touch
and we’ll help you get the information you need to make a decision.
Get on the phone with Anna to discuss your unique goals and situation to determine the best programme for you, so you can start taking action towards creating the business and lifestyle you desire.
Download this free roadmap to start planning your transition out of the ‘9 to 5’ and into working for yourself.
Download this FREE roadmap to start planning your transition from the 9 to 5 and designing a business that will bring you more freedom, flexibility, and fulfilment.
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