3 Ways Being A “Solopreneur” Can Work For You!

Are you a “Solopreneur” and trying to figure out how do I make it all work? I’m glad you asked and are even reading further to find out how! 🙂 A “Solopreneur” is one who often wears a million hats and there are ways that you can make it work for you.

Here are just 3 ways you can make it work:

1) Time chunk!  What is that? You probably do this and don’t even know it! I time junk every thing. “Time chunking” involves dedicating or setting aside time to do that one thing and that one thing alone. This is a way to keep your schedule. This blog is a part of my “time chunk” activities. Mike Vardy describes “time chunking” as the concept of “breaking up your day into larger chunks instead of reacting to constant interruptions. The more chunks of time you can devote to specific tasks, the fewer start-up moments you will have, and your efficiency improves commensurately.”

1) Delegate!  To who? Just think about the time you gain by delegating the duties that simply take up too much of your time! Your time is a precious commodity. A Virtual Assistant can definitely free up your time so you can take on more strategic initiatives. You can have projects that continue to move forward without having to take care of every detail.

2) Tap into your “Team 5!”  Who would that be? It can be Marketing, Accounting, Legal, or Public Relations professionals. You can rely on these individuals to answer your questions in their areas of expertise.

You can make it work as a “solopreneur” and you don’t have to do it all. And if you need help with delegation, schedule a free consultation with us here to find out how we can help!

3 Ways To Expand Your Brand!

When you think about your brand, what comes to mind? How do you believe that others envision your brand? One way to think about branding is your uniqueness along with the images that come to mind when clients (or customers) think about your brand. Here are 3 ways to expand your brand:

1)  Think about your clients and what you have done that makes them happy!  Remember, “customers are your word of mouth promotion.” Be sure that your services or the products that you offer meet your clients needs.  And don’t be afraid to tap into new markets.

2) Gather feedback from your current clients!  What do your clients think? Consider setting up a method on your social media platform to gauge from your followers the interest in your brand.

3) Host an event! Your event can be online or in-person! This gives your audience a chance to get to know and engage with you “the brand.” You can do this event solo or collaborate with other business professionals you know. Get your creative mind going with your event.