- make/take appointments ourselves
- use an auto-scheduling program
- hire a Virtual Assistant (VA) to manage them
If you are a solopreneur working from a home office alone, you don’t experience the advantages of working as part of a team. You may have a life partner who sometimes acts as a sounding board providing encouragement, but partners rarely have the kind of interest, knowledge or objectivity that will help you make good business decisions. What you need is a group that will offer ideas and provide feedback that will help you expand your thinking. How To Create and Run A Success Circle tells how to get those qualities in a group.