Being right and getting hired are not always the same thing. If you spend a lot of time proving your point to prospective clients it’s an unproductive uphill slog.
In business, rules are important. Not arbitrary rules, but rules that matter. The trick is distinguishing between the two.
As soon as you have made the decision to start your business, find two types of people.
As a solopreneur you have a permanent, unassailable, and easily accessible advantage relative to your larger competitors.
When your 16-year-old son inquires on the availability of an old couch in the basement, you know you’re in trouble.
Expect bringing your solopreneur business into the world to feel just as painful, dangerous, and vulnerable as childbirth. And don’t even try to look good at this stage of the process.
When it comes to company size, big isn’t better, it’s just different. And so is small.
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