5 Steps to Unleash Your Feminine Genius

boxing business womanYou are visionary, multi-passionate, with an entrepreneurial spirit. You have a big vision for making the world a better place.

But something’s not quite right. You make progress, then hit a roadblock. You’ve spent thousands of dollars learning how to run a successful business, but you’re not doing the things you know you need to do. What’s up with that?

I’ve identified five essential steps that ALL need to be in place in order for you to successfully create the business and life of your dreams. Here they are:

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Don’t Go it Alone

In my last post, I talked about how to know if a project is “DIY or Don’t You Dare”.  One of the reasons so many solo entrepreneurs struggle goingitalonewith productivity and profitability is that they take “solo” to the extreme. They work completely alone without getting the support they desperately need in order to be successful.

Are you wearing all of the hats in your business? If you are, you’re likely spending a huge amount of time working on technical and administrative tasks that are not directly generating income for you. If you’re spending a huge amount of time working on tasks that are not generating an income, you’re wasting time and money.

“Going it alone” is a mistake for many reasons. Not only are you wasting time and money, but you are probably impeding your business growth and putting yourself at risk should any problems arise. For example, unless you are a small business attorney and a CPA, you should have at least two other members on your team.

As a solo entrepreneur, it is easy to get sucked into your own little isolated world. Working from home is great, but it can also be lonely, if you don’t have the support of others who understand what it is you’re trying to accomplish. It can be hard to stay focused and motivated. You can’t grow your business without growing relationships, and as I always say, “your pets don’t count.” You have to have some human interaction with people who can support you as clients, colleagues, family, friends, and mentors.

Here’s the solution to “going it alone”…

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