There are four quick places to look
When you are a solopreneur working on your own then you’re the one making the decisions and this can be one of the loneliest and most stressful parts of running your business.
Running your own business can feel daunting but I know I’d never want to be doing anything else.
Your pricing is critical to your success not just because it impacts how much money you make, particularly profit, but more fundamentally it impacts what people think of you and expect.
Here are four things that would help improve your marketing.
There are four key questions to help you find your niche
Probably fortunately most people aren’t mind readers so when they see or hear a piece of promotion from you, you need to tell them what to do.
As I sit down to write this I’ve received yet another email with quite an appropriate heading:
Marketing has never been so complicated so even experts can find they have wasted money.
We created the sunflower of life for people running their own businesses because most wheels of life which people use to score how well they are doing do not reflect the concerns of solopreneurs.
The best thing about being a solopreneur is that you get to choose what you do, or that is what it should be.