If you are a new solopreneur or remote worker, chances are you are excited by your plan and just want to dive right in. Your home workspace may look something like this right now, but if you are serious about being in business or have work expectations to fulfil, you will need some structure in your time, space, relationships, technology and personal habits. After many years of being a solopreneur in business, I share Tips For Working At Home that I have learned through trial and error.
This post will introduce a new approach to creating courses on your website using tools you likely have access to right now AND without additional cost.
Right up front…now …Just know that I am asking for your objective feedback.
Announcement! – Today I will share my new adventure. I have written about my walking stick adventure on my new website. Hopefully, you will at least get a giggle from my experience. But I will also share the steps I took to create the site. I hope you will find enough inspiration to give it a try yourself.
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.
LinkedIn has been with us for a long time. Many changes have occurred on the platform since I first published this “On Being Found on LinkedIn” blog post back in 2013. Today I want to add some insights gained since then.