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  • Su Guillory

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).


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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.

  1. Friend or former co-worker

  2. Family member (if you think you can work well together; it’s not always the case!)

  3. SCORE

  4. Women’s Business Center

Just because you’re a solopreneur doesn’t mean you have to do everything on your own!

#smallbusiness #solopreneur

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