Working alone in a home office has its challenges. In this article, I will explain why you need a business coach, especially if you are a solopreneur.
The beginning of a new business year! Have you determined what your 2019 focus will be? It’s been on my mind all week since I have chosen this as the topic for discussion in this week’s Being Your Own CEO Success Circle. Participants will share what theirs will be.
Why is this an important question for solopreneurs who have been in business for a while? We have our usual weekly processes set by now and it’s so easy to just carry on – same old-same old. But surely we would like to take it up a notch. Will it be an expansion? An improvement? A new market? A new project?
Throughout this holiday season, I have listened and watched a lot of traditional material and as usual have been dismayed by all the consumerism and “same old-same old”. I wanted a gift for you that is unique, touching and thought-provoking. Last year I provided My Gift To You, that quoted an amazing John Donahue poem. How could I possibly top that? And then, by chance, I found some music that touches the heart. This just might be it!
“Being in business is all about relationships!” That should be our top of mind mantra. So with that in mind, let’s look at how to build positive relationships in business.
All solopreneurs lose their focus at one time or another. For me, it was following a series of technological challenges. I found David Allen’s Brain Dump was a great way to regain it quickly. Though this post was first published a number of years ago, it’s advice is still very relevant.