When it comes to standing out and getting new clients this is where all the action is.
Multiple passions can cloud your clarity. Not being able to just choose one thing to do with your life can be really frustrating and painful. Both for your psyche and for your bottom line.
Unfortunately when most freshly-minted entrepreneurs start out they fail to realize just how much they will have to learn to survive in an ever-changing and extremely competitive market.
If you ask any new entrepreneur how they’re feeling the answer will almost always include: “I feel overwhelmed.”
Everyone who works closely with business owners will tell you they’re a business strategist. Usually, it means, “I know a lot of business-type stuff’, but not necessarily a thing about business strategy.”
I probably shouldn’t admit this, but it’s a fact: My personal brand popularity peaked in mid-1983. While I like to think of myself as an optimist, I doubt it will ever reach such heights again.
Being a part of something bigger than yourself can really help anyone find more personal and professional fulfillment and success.
Being a solopreneur is not as sexy as most portray. And this is the main reason why you need to invest time in finding a business ‘bestie.’