Solopreneur? Why You Shouldn’t Be a One-Wo/Man Show
Updated: Aug 4, 2022
If you are, as I suspect, a “solopreneur,” meaning you handle everything from opening your business in the morning to signing checks and taking out the trash, I have a wakeup call for you. You could be doing a whole lot better. By being the only person in your business, you’re likely missing the bigger picture (it’s hard to plan strategy when you’re putting price tags on inventory).
Who do you have who can help you with your business? It doesn’t have to be a professional coach, if that’s not in your budget (although I would highly recommend you contact one like my colleague Rhonda Smith for a free consultation. You’ll be amazed how far you’ll get in just 45 minutes on the phone!). It can be a family member, or someone at a small business organization. Here are some ideas to get your wheels turning.
Friend or former co-worker
Family member (if you think you can work well together; it’s not always the case!)
Just because you’re a solopreneur doesn’t mean you have to do everything on your own!