Working from the comfort of your home and being able to work at your own pace are just some of the benefits of the work at home professional. Here are 6 strategies that you should implement into your daily routine to make sure you are on task, transparent and motivated.
Few people will mention one of the most difficult things about being a solopreneur: Won’t it become horribly lonely working by yourself? Sitting in a home office can be quiet and lonely if you’re used a loud, full office. Regardless of whether you are an introvert (yes, isolation can hit us hard too) or an extrovert, every work at home solopreneur can, and will, struggle with your home/work balance. Ready to address that? Here are five ways of tipping that balance.
There are a few things you should know about leaving your corporate job and jumping headfirst into becoming an entrepreneur. Let’s look at five to start.
Learning to say NO is really important in any business, but even more so when you’re a solopreneur or small business owner. You want to say YES to everything, even to the low paying clients .. because .. well .. they are a client and who can afford to lose the business?