Start Your Small Business in 8 Weeks
Let's demystify entrepreneurship and cut to the tactics you need to build your business right now! Built by and for women, BIPOC, and LGBTQIA+ individuals.Add me to the 2022 waitlist
Why you should take this course
You are one of the record number of people who got pushed out of the workforce or quit their job this year, you're bored at work, excited about an idea, dissatisfied with your boss, or eager about working for yourself. Build It will give you a concrete, informed strategy for starting your small business, from idea and pricing to launch plan. In eight weeks you'll have a reviewed business plan!
A Small Business Blueprint for Women, Womxn, BIPOC, and LGBTQIA+
You deserve a better life that you are in control of. Want to stop spending your life working for other people and work for yourself? Build It will give you the support and confidence to validate, create, price, and launch your small business!
Your Comprehensive Small Business Program
- 8 weeks of online, asynchronous instruction
- Live office hours to connect directly with Amanda Munday, Wednesdays at 9am PT
- Active learning, not passive watching
- Support, accountability, and a network of feminist small business entrepreneurs
- Tactics, workshops, and examples to help you build the business you want without the mystery of how to succeed
- Free annual membership to the Chairman Mom community
Go From Freelancer to Founder
Now is the time to turn your skills and ideas into a thriving business. Whether you are looking to professionalize and scale your freelancing or take the leap because you crave the flexibility, autonomy, purpose, and freedom of being your own boss, Build It is your coach, guide, and support.
Meet Amanda Munday
A queer mama of two and the founder and CEO of The Workaround, a 13,000 sq ft coworking space with child care on-site in Toronto
She is an internationally recognized speaker and bestselling author of Day Nine, a postpartum depression memoir. Amanda’s 2020 TEDxToronto talk was only one of 4 selected to air nationally on CTV in Canada, and she’s regularly asked to contribute to The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, The Associated Press, Forbes, Bloomberg, and CBC regarding supporting working women and parents, small business entrepreneurship, and child care.
Amanda's approach to building a feminist and inclusive business earned her the Toronto Community Foundation Vital People Award and identified as a Women of Influence in 2020.
"If you don't take Amanda's course, you're missing out on her ability to see your opportunities connect at a really high level. I had a vague idea that I wanted to launch a business supporting a specific industry, and during two strategy sessions, Amanda mapped out my entire revenue model and channel delivery. She also helped me identify completely new areas of growth into complementary markets that I wouldn't have seen for myself. She's a brilliant strategist, ballsy female entrepreneur, and experienced growth marketer, and her course will be worth every penny."
Sarah Kate, Founding Editor & President, Some Good Clean Fun
"Amanda made me realize that if women like her can be brave enough to stand up, I can too. She is a gift.”
"The unexpected gift of the course was the instant community."
4x course alumn
"Chairman Mom courses are life-changing and so transformative."
"Amazing and worth 10x more than the cost! It totally kicked my ass and gave me an actionable, strategic structure to marketing and launch."
"The community is equivalent to the group text that you hit up when you need a boost.”
Got questions? We have answers!
If you have an unanswered question, email us: [email protected]
I work full time. Do I have time to take this course?
Is this course open to people who don't identify as women or mothers?
Will I get direct feedback?
ChairmanMe is a welcoming, inclusive learning community. Accessible to all, we particularly center the experiences of women, BIPOC, and LGBTQIA+ people. Chairman Mom empowers members of our community to radically improve their lives, both personally and professionally. Collectively, we seek to take down the patriarchy.
Founded by Sarah Lacy, a mother of two, serial entrepreneur, and former investigative journalist.