4 Tips to Becoming a Successful Solopreneur

4 Tips to Becoming a Successful Solopreneur

4 Tips for Becoming a Successful Solopreneur

 

Do you ever do anything business-wise from a solo perspective?

Yes.
And no.

Yes, because sometimes you will choose to go into a business solo, meaning you have no company or corporation behind you. If you run a blog you tend to be in this crowd.

No, because no venture is ever truly a solo venture, meaning you partially rely on others to make your business go.

 

Solopreneurs are individuals who run their own businesses but without the help of a corporation, company or full staff. Being a solo entrepreneur feels challenging at times. Learning how to build a thriving business without a complete staff or company behind you may seem daunting but if you follow a few tips you will become a successful solopreneur.

 

1: Double Down on Mindset Work

  • Double down on mindset work.
  • Do the inner clearing to see outer success.
  • Foolish solopreneurs attempt to work on outside conditions without doing the inner clearing
  • Since you will face your deepest fears on this solopreneur journey, the wise thing to do is to jump full bore into mindset work.
  • Raise your energy level. Consider meditating, doing yoga, exercising and building a gratitude list regularly to purge fears. Feeling your fears allows you to release your fears. Releasing your fears allows you to do things from a place of love.
  • Loving, generous, patient, persistent solopreneurs build thriving ventures over the long haul.
  • Do the inner work. Align your energy to follow the remaining 3 tips.

 

2: Study Successful Solopreneurs

The happiest, most successful solopreneurs are studies in time and energy management. These dynamos teach you how to succeed despite not having a full workforce at your disposal.

If you don’t have a secretary, human resources guy, tech gal or other specific resources you can succeed business-wise by following the top solopreneur pros. Tap into their creativity. Feast on their ingenuity.

These folks will point you in directions you had not foreseen if you feel lost and hopeless as a newbie or struggling solopreneur.

 

3: Master the Art of Delegating Tasks

Micromanaging is the enemy of any solopreneur. You only have 24 hours to work with today. Make every second count by hiring people and using free and premium tools to hand off specific tasks.

Either you have no knowledge or passion for certain work or you simply despise boring repetitive tasks. Either way, hiring someone or using tools to do the work frees up your energy for more important, pressing work. Master the art of delegating work to qualified parties. Build your solopreneur venture by handing off non-critical tasks to virtual assistants. Pay people to free up your schedule and to focus on your passions.

If you love writing hand off other duties to focus exclusively on writing blog posts, guest posts and eBooks to render service and to grow your solopreneur business.

Invest in premium tools to handle non-essential tasks. Is your time best spent creating content and building bonds with other bloggers or tweeting updates every 45 minutes?

Outsource to people and tools. Spend all of your business day engaging in business-building activities. Practice the art of release. Think and act like a successful solopreneur.

 

4: Master the Art of Leveraging Your Presence

  • Guest post on top blogs in your niche.
  • Comment effectively on top blogs in your niche.
  • Leverage your presence quickly.
  • Reach large, targeted audiences to grow your solopreneur venture.

If you go into business solo learn how to render service to big, interested audiences. Guest posting is one of the best ways to help people through the art of leveraging.

Example; if you write and place a guest post on a niche blog with 30,000 community members you just reached an extra 30,000 people interested in your niche. Some of these people will dig your content, click through to your blog and learn more about your business.

 

The eBook

If you want to navigate the sometimes crazy solopreneur experience
buy my eBook:

6 Tips to Embrace the Solopreneur Rollercoaster Ride

 

Your Turn

What successful ‘solopreneur’ tips can you add to this list?

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One comment

  1. I really want to thank Ryan Biddulph for the guest post.
    It really does NOT take a huge budget to grow in authority and gain traffic on Blog/Websites.

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