The Multi-Hyphen Method
Sunday Times Business Bestseller, The Multi-Hyphen Method is published by Hodder & Stoughton and is available to buy now.
The world of work is changing – so how do you keep up?
You have the ability to make money on your own terms, when and where you want – but where do you start?
If you’ve been itching to convert your craft into a career, or your side-hustle into a start up, then The Multi-Hyphen Method is for you.
In The Multi-Hyphen Method award-winning blogger / social media editor / podcast creator, Emma Gannon, teaches that it doesn’t matter if you’re a part-time PA with a blog, or a nurse who runs an online store in the evenings – whatever your ratio, whatever your mixture, we can all channel our own entrepreneurial spirit to live more fulfilled and financially healthy lives.
The internet and our phones mean we can work wherever, whenever and allows us to design our own working lives. Forget the outdated stigma of being a jack of all trades, because having many strings to your bow is essential to get ahead in the modern working world. We all have the skills necessary to work less and create more, and The Multi-Hyphen Method is the source of inspiration you need to help you navigate your way towards your own definition of success.
Praise for The Multi-Hyphen Method:
“A must read for any woman looking create the career of your dreams” – June Sarpong
“Emma Gannon has more strings to her bow than most of us could even dream of, and has totally nailed a way of working that’s arguably the future of work” – Otegha Uwagba, founder of Women Who & author of The Little Black Book
“A must-read for women who love what they do and don’t want to define themselves by one role” – Independent
Ctrl, Alt; Delete: How I Grew Up Online
Emma Gannon was born in 1989, the year the World Wide Web was conceived, so she’s literally grown up alongside the Internet. There’ve been late night chat room experiments, sexting from a Nokia and dubious webcam exchanges. And let’s not forget catfishing, MSN, digital friendships and #feminism. She was basically social networking way before it was a thing – and she’s even made a successful career from it.
Ctrl Alt Delete is Emma’s painfully funny and timely memoir, in which she aims to bring a little hope to anybody who has played out a significant part of their life online. Her confessions, revelations and honesty may even make you log off social media (at least for an hour).