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Self-Employed St. Louis (SESTL)

Self-Employed St. Louis

Big Announcement!

The time has come for me to step down as organizer of Self-Employed St. Louis. There are many reasons for this, but suffice it to say, In the wise words of Lion King’s Rafiki “It is time.”

I’m willing to consider handing it over to anyone (or a few people) who would be interested in taking over the group. It is a well-oiled machine with lots of potential. :-) I’m happy to share my documented processes and documents. If you’re interested, please contact me by December 15 so we can schedule a chat.

At the last meeting, it was requested that we have a video conference for anyone who’s interested in talking about potential future plans. This conference will be held on December 13 at 3 PM if you’re interested in joining us for the conference, email me and I will send you the video conference information.

I will send out another email in a few weeks with further details about our transition and/or final meeting. We will have a January meeting so please join us! http://bit.ly/SESTL012018

In the meantime, I am very grateful for the opportunity to serve you and the self-employed St. Louis community. Let’s stay in touch!

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Best wishes to you for a growing and prosperous 2018!

Tiffany

 


We all know that being self-employed can be hard, but Self-Employed St. Louis (SESTL) believes that every self-employed professional deserves to be regularly inspired, educated and supported by a friendly community of peers.

We combat the common feelings of isolation and working in a vacuum by creating a community of motivated business owners, provide learning opportunities and foster idea sharing and group problem solving.

How do we do this?

  1. Monthly Mastermind Networking Lunches with educational topics, actionable ideas and mastermind brainstorming
  2. Linked In Group fostering healthy discussion, problem solving and resource sharing.

If you’re a small business owner working solo or with 1-5 employees in the St. Louis Metro area or your thinking about starting a business, you’re welcome to join us to network and share best practices around marketing, time management, sales and other key issues.

Do I Have to Be a Member?

Nope! We are not a membership based group. You are welcome to participate as you are able to.

We LOVE Our Sponsors!

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HIVE44 Coworking Community

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1017 Fenpark Dr., Fenton, MO 63026

 

The HIVE44 provides all the office amenities small and home-based businesses need to succeed PLUS great office-mates, networking opportunities, business growth classes and more!

HIVE44 Special for Self-Employed St. Louis Members

  • Attend an SESTL Meeting – Receive a Free day at The HIVE44 that month!

Contact thehive44@gmail.com or 636-405-3130 for more info.

 

Stay in the Loop

Join the SESTL mailing list

Join our Meetup Group to
RSVP for each meeting and
get updates about meeting topics

Join our exclusive Linked In Group only for
St. Louis local self-employed professionals.
Seek suggestions for your issues, join group
discussions and find helpful resources.

Get all announcements and news
delivered directly to your inbox by
signing up for the SESTL Email list.

 

 

Calendar of Events

Below is a list of the SESTL upcoming events and opportunities

 

Friday, January 5, 2018

Topic TBD

 

Networking Lunch; 11:30AM-1:30PM

Kirkwood Station Brewing Company
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Speaking Opportunities

Want to Inspire our Self-Employed Community?

Self-Employed St. Louis is always on the lookout for speakers to share their knowledge at our monthly lunch on a topic pertinent to self-employed professionals. If you are interested, please complete the Speaker Presentation Proposal Form which can be accessed at the link below.

Presentation Criteria

  • Audience of 15-50 Self-Employed professionals
  • 30 minutes to speak and answer questions
  • Content must be educational – marketing of a service, company, program or product will not be considered.
  • Content should be a dynamic presentation of a topic or issue that is immediately relevant to self-employed business owners.
  • Content must include actionable ideas for participants.

If you’d like to submit a proposal to speak, click here to complete the proposal form.

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