Sharing is caring. Sharing makes you money. It's time to take your slice of the pie.
Are you looking to make ends meet? Have you tried to work two, three, or more jobs without making much headway? Through this course, experienced entrepreneurs Glenn Carter and Dr. Duncan Koerber show you how to earn extra money every month through the new sharing economy.
The sharing economy pays out millions of dollars a day to people just like you. By the year 2020, this enterprise will be worth over $300 billion. The time to get involved is now, and it's easier than you'd think.
The Secrets of the Sharing Economy course goes beyond well-known platforms like ride-sharing company Uber and home-sharing enterprise Airbnb to tell you about over 20 other online platforms you can leverage to turn underused assets into income-producing nest eggs.
Glenn Carter is a family man and a full-time employee, but he's cracked the code to making side income through a variety of sharing economy platforms without letting them take over his life. Take a journey with Glenn and Duncan to find out more about this new system and how you can implement money-making action plans today.
Secrets of the Sharing Economy is a fascinating and informative course that can help you live a more flexible and financially-savvy lifestyle for minimal investment. Whether you need to make an extra hundred dollars a month or run your own full-time business, this course will show you exactly how to capitalize on a thriving trend.
Check out the course to join a growing community of thousands of Casual Capitalists already making money in the sharing economy!
Students will be able to tactically and strategically stack income platforms for greater earnings.
Understand that your reputation is vital to success in the sharing economy.
Here's how to build reputational capital to be successful in the sharing economy.
How to set up your Airbnb account.
Principles for ensuring success with renters.
Tips on getting more bookings when your space is available.
Tips for an effective key exchange with the renter.
More tips to decide if you should join Uber, and the importance of ratings.
Uber income possibilities from across the United States.
Our tips on how to succeed at being an Uber driver.
How to make money beyond the income from Uber driving during rides.
An introduction to the Tasking Services sector.
An overview of one of the most popular tasking services.
More tasking services listed by location.
An overview of the meal sharing sector.
A list of the best meal sharing services, from Feastly to VizEat.
An overview of the possibilities of sharing your car.
A look at the key car-sharing platforms around the world and their unique characteristics.
Are you good with pets? Try hosting and walking other people's pets.
Dr. Duncan Koerber has taught writing and communications courses for the past 10 years at six Canadian universities to thousands of students.
Oxford University Press recently published his writing textbook, Clear, Precise, Direct: Strategies for Writing (2015). Available on Amazon, the book considers the seven most common errors (interfering factors) in writing and how to improve them (enhancing factors). His second book, Crisis Communication in Canada, is in the revision process for University of Toronto Press.
Currently a full-time assistant professor at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada, Duncan Koerber worked for nearly 10 years in reporting and editing roles for the London Free Press, the Mississauga News, and the University of Toronto Medium. He has freelanced for magazines and newspapers, including the Toronto Star.
Duncan Koerber has been a successful freelance editor, earning a 95% success rating on Upwork.
Duncan Koerber has a bachelor of arts degree in English, Professional Writing, and Political Science from the University of Toronto (2001), a master of arts degree in Journalism from the University of Western Ontario (2003), and a Ph.D. in Communication and Culture from York University and Ryerson University (2009).
His academic writing, which focuses on media and journalism history, writing pedagogy, and public relations crisis communication, has been published in the Canadian Journal of Communication, the Journal of Canadian Studies, Journalism History, Media History, Composition Studies, Canadian Journal of Media Studies, and Sport History Review.
Glenn is a family man, investor, and full-time employee based in Montreal, Canada. Glenn has started a number of part-time businesses that bring in supplementary income that affords him flexibility in life. Now, Glenn is sharing his experience with other budding casual capitalists through his website The Casual Capitalist and books. Glenn has learned from the best in the entrepreneurial world that you don't need silver bullets to become wealthy, you only need discipline and action. Glenn is here to help you with the latter. But please, let's be casual about it.