Most of us start our businesses for more flexibility and freedom, but somewhere along the way find that we’re trapped in a cycle of hustling. To stay solo, you need a realistic planning process that works for you and keeps you from chasing things that simply don’t matter to you.
In this episode of the Staying Solo series, we’re talking about planning with a focus on how to do it in a way that actually works not just for your business but your brain and your life.
Find out more at bsfreebusiness.com/rethinking-planning
Service business owners often think that the “service” part of the business model means they have to run themselves ragged serving their clients. Or that they need to work around the clock to reach their goals. Nothing could be further from the truth.
In this episode, we’re digging into the need for “space” as a solopreneur, what that really means, and why it matters more than most of us realize.
Find out more at bsfreebusiness.com/staying-solo-by-creating-space.
Too many solo business owners are underpaid (or not paid at all) as they fall into the trap of overinvesting in the business or pricing their services too low. And I’m not here for it.
In this episode, we’re looking at the nuts and bolts of paying yourself a salary as a solo business owner as part of our Staying Solo series.
Find out more at: bsfreebusiness.com/getting-paid
Have you ever been told you’re playing small? Or that for you to have a legit business, you need a team? Or that you must have a mindset issue if you’re not wanting to constantly grow?
I definitely have, and in this episode, we’re having a heart-to-heart about the idea that “staying solo” means you’re playing small because nothing could be further from the truth.
Find out more at: bsfreebusiness.com/staying-solo