Robyn Steward is an autistic woman with experience of mentoring others on the spectrum, and author of The Independent Woman's Handbook for Super Safe Living on the Autistic Spectrum (2013) and The Autism-Friendly Guide to Periods (2019). Robyn is successfully self-employed and is an NAS ambassador and regularly appears in TV and radio as a talking head. She is also co-host of the BBC Sounds podcast 1800 second on Autism.
You're great at what you do. Why wouldn't you want to work for yourself? Self-employment may seem hard, scary, and something that other people do. But it's not. This book will show you how you can design what I call the ultimate job description: to do what you want, when you want, how you want, where you want... if you want. -- John Lamerton, author of 'Big Ideas... for Small Businesses' and 'Routine Machine' Robyn Steward's fantastic new book will help autistic people enter the world of self-employment and give them everything they need for their business to thrive. Robyn's guide breaks down the complexities of running a business, getting paid, understanding tax and record keeping in a clear autism-friendly way. -- Jason Feifer, editor in chief, Entrepreneur magazine This excellent new book helps autistic people thrive working for themselves. Self-employment is made easy as Robyn explains how to run a business, get paid, and deal with tax and record keeping in an accessible, easy to understand way. This book will teach you how to bring your strengths into the world of self-employment, so that you can follow your passions as part of the community. -- Jonah Berger, Wharton Professor and Author of 'Contagious' and 'The Catalyst'