Summary

The Multi-Hyphen Method is an essential new business audiobook for the digital age. 
The Internet and our phones mean we can work wherever, whenever, and allow us to design our own working lives. In The Multi-Hyphen Method, Emma Gannon teaches that it doesn't matter if you're a part-time PA with a blog or a physio who runs an online jewellery store in the evenings - whatever your ratio, whatever your mixture, we can all channel the entrepreneurial spirit. 
Today, the stigma of being a jack of all trades is being dispelled, and having more strings to your bow is essential to getting ahead in the modern working world. Emma Gannon's audiobook is the ultimate guide in helping us navigate our way towards success. 
©2018 Emma Gannon (P)2018 Hodder & Stoughton Limited
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5 out of 5 stars
By linda b. on 11-06-18

Listened all in one day!

So many helpful and informative points - the chapter on burn out was especially relatable!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Lucy A. on 20-06-18

Last half is the best

I found the first half incredibly repetitive.
And the lists about other multi hyphens can grate while listening to audio.

Then you get on to the chapters which have info and advice and this is why I downloaded the book. Emma has clearly done her research. I will be listening to those chapters again with a pen and paper next time round. This book might be better to buy a hard copy, so you can highlight bits that were relevant rather than the audio version.

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