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Lessons Learned As A Solopreneur

Taking the leap to solopreneurship. I was speaking with someone recently who suggested that they’d like to make the leap one day and leave the corporate world.  They didn’t feel ready yet but suggested that maybe I could share my solopreneur “...
by A Cake Walk Life on Mar 8, 2016

Why I’m Not Working in the Nude Today

Today is a special day. Don’t know what you were expecting, but it SO ain’t gonna happen 😉 It used to be known as “Working in the Nude Day” but this year it has been re-titled “Independents’ Day” – a...
by Middle Aged Mama on Dec 3, 2015

9 Back-To-School Basics For The Solopreneur

It’s that time of year again. Can you believe it’s September? Good lord, where did this year go? And we all know, once September hits, it’s all down hill from here. In the blink of an eye it will be the holidays. Isn’t it funn...
by Ab home interiors on Aug 11, 2015

Course of the Week – Seth Godin’s Freelancer Course

This week’s recommendation is Seth Godin’s Freelancer course, which he offers over on Udemy. If you work in the marketing field or know anything about it, I’m sure you’ve heard of Seth Godin. He is a renowned author, entrepreneur and speaker.

Interview with Michele Wierzgac, Speaker & Author

I met Michele in Mexico in 2013 as well. She was one of the fabulous instructors and helped most of us decide on the kind of business plan we wanted to work on. She is a successful speaker and personal branding expert and recently published her first...

3 Ways to Beat Social Isolation When Self-Employed

When I began considering the move from the corporate world to self-employment, one of the things that made me apprehensive was the thought of social isolation. While I loathed going into work everyday, I very much enjoyed the company of some of my co...

3 Ways to Beat Social Isolation When Self-Employed

When I began considering the move from the corporate world to self-employment, one of the things that made me apprehensive was the thought of social isolation. While I loathed going into work everyday, I very much enjoyed the company of some of my co...

My Self-Made Entrepreneur Vision Board

 Visit and work from Perth, Australia as often as possible | Beautiful blue velvet couch | Audi A1 | Tattoos... The post My Self-Made Entrepreneur Vision Board appeared first on THE DAME INTERNATIONAL.
by The Dame on Nov 6, 2014

It’s a "Human" Thing: What We Give We Will Get Back In Business

It was a busy Friday. There was nothing “chillax” about the end of the week. My to-do list had been surmounting: the resulting of splitting energy and focus between a personal family matter and my professional commitments. The week had been...
by The Jaclyn of All Trades on Apr 30, 2013

The $100 Startup

Business interests me and big business,should I be the founder or promoter, I suspect would interest me more.However I understand the need to start as a solopreneur or to start a micro-business, if for no other reason  than that my risk capi...
by Wealthymatters on Jul 8, 2012


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