It’s an amazing time to be a solopreneur. Affordable technology plus the reach of the Internet allows for outsized profits by a “company of one.”
And yet, the true power of the company of one is in the network that surrounds it. Avoiding collaboration and virtual team building is not only shortsighted, it can be prohibitive to your business and personal growth.
I’ve recently realized how my own “lone ranger” propensities were limiting my creativity and strategic vision, and it allowed me to break out of a rut I was in. All it took was a trip to the other side of the world (but it shouldn’t have).
Beyond your own team, it’s essential to expose yourself to new ideas from other entrepreneurs and business owners – whether from courses, masterminds, or simply catching up over coffee. Tune in to hear why “solo” is an ownership concept, not an isolation tactic.
Listen to 7-Figure Small with Brian Clark below ...