Flying solo in business is such a cool thing:
You can operate it small, independent, flexible, with minimum costs and maximum profits…
Who wouldn’t give that fancy opportunity a try!
But once you’re in it, things are not small and neat at all.
Your to do’s soon outgrow your capabilities in both, time and know-how.
And each day you face new solopreneur challenges that ask for urgent attention but end up in the monster queue…
Are you just not cut out for solo entrepreneurship?
What is it that successful solopreneurs have that you lack? Are they smarter or simply more talented?
They just have something in place that you don’t:
The right equipment.