Robert Gerrish Associates 6/36 Grosvenor Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000
Supporting soloists and popping up as a small business speaker to inspire & inform small business audiences
Robert is the founder of Flying Solo and hosts the Flying Solo Podcast. Alongside his role as Head Honcho, he presents at conferences & events and bangs on to the media about all things micro.
Regularly working with corporations, franchise organisations, small business groups and associations, his hot topics include how to get the attention of small business, mastering word of mouth marketing, standing out from the crowd and how to get more done in less time.
A tireless self-promoter, he's fast-talked his way onto ABC Four Corners, Channel 9's A Current Affair and Mornings with Kerri-Anne. In recent years he presented a weekly video blog for CBS/BNET, wrote a regular column for News Ltd. titles and has had scores of articles published online.
In 2002 he became only the second coach in Australasia to achieve the International Coach Federation credential of Professional Certified Coach.
He co-authored Flying Solo - How to go it alone in business with Sam Leader and Peter Crocker and lives in Sydney with his wife, Jane and son, Jay.
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"The time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time" - Bertrand Russell
Winner of Flying Solo's 'workstylist' award, Jody Ekert has designed everything about her business around the way she chooses and needs to live. Hers is a unique story.
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Roger La Salle is an engineer and innovator and loves nothing more than to stir up businesses and unearth exciting opportunities. In this interesting, meandering and mildly confrontational podcast he tells us how soloists should approach the topic.
A school teacher from country Victoria, Jarrod Robinson explains how new technologies have turned a passion into an extraordinary little business.
For many startups, ‘the idea’ gets more attention than the financials. Risky business. In this podcast, David Shire walks us through the figures we must be clear on. Grab a pen and paper and listen in.
When I started Flying Solo from my garden shed nearly 20 years ago, my vision was to create a resource full of practical tips, ideas and strategies for anyone going it alone in business. Now I've compiled all we've learnt into one course!
Alexx Stuart is a firm believer in the low tox life and the impact it has on how we live and work. In this podcast she shares some simple tips on eating well when flying solo.
Dominique Perri runs an online fashion store for 0-10 year olds and after 5 years is loving her work more each day. In this podcast, she talks about how she set things up to keep the passion alive.
As a political journalist and senior Government adviser, Jo Scard has witnessed a number of clangers over the years. In this podcast, she tells soloists what to do when it all gets messy.
From an early age, Clint Salter has refused to stand still. Driven by a passion, more for the performing arts than business, he opened his first dance studio at the age of 16. Fast-forward a decade and he’s created an extraordinary business doing work he loves. Here’s how he did it.
With demand for her jewellery growing just when her young family needed her most, Brooke McAlary knew something had to change. The process of slowing down opened a door to many new opportunities, including the birth of an exciting, new podcast network.
In her new book, 'Value', business development advisor Robyn Haydon provides a practical guide to help convey your commercial value to new and existing customers. Here she gives us an overview.
Sholto Macpherson is a technology journalist and analyst specialising in cloud accounting. He explains what's on offer and why there's never been a better time to step up.
Warwick Mihaly is an architect who was determined to understand which actions won business. In this podcast he shares the technique that's changing his business.
Master Gerrish has just started high school and while Jane and I are in a spin, Wonder Boy is taking it in his stride. Here are a few lessons he’s brought home.
I must confess that at the start of our Driving Business Online tour with PayPal my knowledge of online retailing was limited. I’m rapidly catching up, and here’s one important thing I’ve learnt about the exciting new-to-me topic of multi-channel.
If there’s one thing that makes me feel overwhelmed and tired, it’s the sense I’m going to be struggling to get the day’s work done. In my view, few feelings contribute so negatively to our ability to work effectively and our way of handling stress.