Month: January 2018 (Page 1 of 2)

Turning down my brain at night – Solopreneurship Made Simple

When we are working from home, what should be the end of the working day can easily spill over into the evening.

When it’s your own business too, that huge sense of responsibility can make it so tricky to say “enough” at the end of each day.

And then there is the fact that our most creative ideas come when THEY want to, which might be late at night!

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Perfectionism is a trap – don’t let it stop you!

I used to get so hung up on doing things well.  When I first started recording training videos, a couple of years back, it took me SO many takes to get each section right!

It was frustrating and really not the best use of my time.

As we all know, time is our most finite resource.  So in some respect, we could all benefit from getting over the need to be ‘perfect’ and just get things done.

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Hanging on through the tough bits – Solopreneurship Made Simple

Solopreneurship Made Simple – podcast episode 2.

That first year of business is so tough. Here’s something you may not know about what I had to do for a few bucks this time last year. And so much has changed since!

If you are following your purpose then please hang in there!

Book mentioned – The Luck Factor by Prof. Richard Wiseman is well worth a read!

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Jump, then build your wings – Solopreneurship and balancing risks

If you’ve made the move of taking your small business from a ‘side-hustle’ to your full time work, leaving the ol’ day job behind, then you too will know the feeling of free falling!

It’s both terrifying and freeing in equal measures.  But not everyone with a business dream makes it this far.  And why?  Because of the perceived risk.  Although with that said, it’s not like employment doesn’t carry risks either.

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