In this 4-module course -- one class drops every week -- start-up business coach and investor, Fran Harris, reveals how to take your expertise, passion and experiences and turn them into part-time income of $500 - $5,000+ a month working less than 5 hours a week -- even if you're brand new, have never run a business, and want to keep your full-time job!
NOTE: Each course module becomes available every 7 days. This gives you a week to absorb the content, review it and do any assignments. Please trust the process. I've been teaching online since 1998 -- the process works IF you work it. Use your time wisely and in a little over a month, you'll be ready to go.
Fran Harris has been teaching online since 1998 and has appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, CNBC and many other networks and shows as a life, business & marketing coach. Her clients include solopreneurs, CEOs, non-profits, universities and billion-dollar corporations such as Coca Cola, Lockheed Martin, Wells Fargo and 3M. Fran also taught in the University of Texas at Austin's award-winning Advertising department, teaching a wide range of courses on advertising, Internet, sales, blogging and much more.
She hosted her own TV series, Home Rules, on HGTV, and is currently a play-by-play announcer for ESPN's family of networks including ESPN, ESPN2, ACC Network, SEC Network & Longhorn Network. Fran is a former elite basketball player who was an NCAA Champion at The University of Texas at Austin and was a member of the Houston Comets' first WNBA Championship team.
She's traveled to more than 30 countries as an athlete, business coach & corporate consultant, and has taught millions virtually and on stages around the globe, on a variety of topics including business, publishing, television, media, marketing, social media, online marketing and yes, sports success.
The author of more than 20 books and over 100 digital products & courses, Fran's also taught filmmaking and screenwriting at SXSW, Austin Film Festival, Moondance, Capital City Black Film Festival, Creative Screenwriting and many others. She's also a real estate developer whose company is currently developing a slate of sports facilities, the first set to open in 2022.