Why solo-preneurs quit early
The life of an entrepreneur has its share of leaps and bounds. My life has become so much easier since I built my success team: the people I’ve hired to support my work. So many entrepreneurs get stuck in ‘solo-preneurship’ because they don’t think they have the money to hire a team. This often leads to burnout and quitting a dream.
But building a team doesn’t have to mean you break the bank. Here are three ways I made it possible:
The choice to hire
comes down to asking:
When do you want to be able to focus on your core competencies and get paid for the things
you do best?
Think about this:
Once upon a time I felt stressed when I wasn’t posting on social media, so I got on top of it. Then I felt guilty for not working on other areas of my business! Might have been easier to just quit. I've felt it.
Entrepreneurs can feel like we can’t win. BUT WE CAN!
Pick something. Two hours of cleaning a week, scheduling your posts, another day of daycare, or your next design project and hire someone to do it.
Free yourself up to do things that truly build your business.
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