Become an Entrepreneur by Freelancing – Escape Your Job: Case Studies & Ideas

Rob Cubbon, An entrepreneur who wants to help you

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4 Videos (21m)
    • Starting by Providing a Service From Your Computer that People Will Pay You For

    • Running a business and bringing up two kids with Kelly Exeter

    • Starting a life of entrepreneurship in Vietnam with June Bui

    • Conclusion


About This Class

Do you want to escape your job? Do you want to earn money on the side? Do you want to improve your business or take it to the next level? 

This course will add freedom to your life. If you want to leave your job and set up a business, this is the course for you. And if you’re already on the journey, I can point you in the right direction … towards the heavens. 

There are many rags to riches stories in entrepreneurial broadcasts. It’s occasionally inspiring to hear how some guy “crushed it” and is now making millions from a yacht in the Bahamas. But real success is usually unspectacular, slow, and sustained. It’s about consistently providing value and being honest.

So, if you are tied to a 9-to-5 and a certain location, immediately try to get some freelance work on the side. The best way is to find freelance work independently. Otherwise, there are the freelance platforms: Fiverr, TaskRabbit,, PeoplePerHour, Twago, Guru, People as a Service, etc.

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Rob Cubbon

An entrepreneur who wants to help you

I have over 20 years experience in graphic design and marketing. I have run my own company Rob Cubbon since 2005.

I am also a bestselling Amazon author with books on web design, entrepreneurship and passive income. 

I have sold over a quarter of a million dollars of products online – mostly video courses. 

I provide creative design and effective marketing services. I love blogging and I love helping people with their businesses.

Being your own boss is an incredibly liberating experience but it can be difficult as well. There never seems to be enough time for what we want to do.

I’m driven to help people experience the positive side of entrepreneurship, not the negative.