Archive for “Solopreneur” Category

How to Reinvest Earnings to Successfully Grow Your Freelancing Business

Starting a new freelancing business is hard work. For many it can also be a worrying time financially. Whether you’re a fresh graduate or you’re leaving a disliked salaried job, it’s a bit of a jump into the unknown. However, compared to setting up other types of businesses, forging a freelancing career is relatively inexpensive. […]
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6 Ways Invoice Ninja Helps Introverted Freelancers

Freelancing is a fantastic career choice for an introverted personality type. A freelance lifestyle often involves long periods of time working alone (usually at home) interspersed with bursts of social activity. Many introverts thrive on working solo and don’t require the same amount of social stimulation their extroverted peers need. People leaning towards introversion can […]
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Coping with Depression as an Entrepreneur

Being an entrepreneur is wildly exhilarating. Entrepreneurship is full of challenges that some personality types thrive on. While it’s exciting, it’s also a lot of hard work and can be very lonely when you’re working long hours away from your family. If you’re susceptible to depression, then facets of a pressurized entrepreneurial lifestyle can act […]
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Emotional Intelligence & Solopreneurs

Solopreneurs are usually intelligent people. Many have above average IQs. Creating a successful business requires intelligence, creativity, insight, and copious amounts of logic. However, a high IQ alone is not necessarily a marker for success. The most successful solopreneurs have something else – a high emotional intelligence (EQ). Emotional intelligence is the ability to manage […]
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How Solopreneurs Can Fail

Being a successful solopreneur is a career path many people dream about but few ultimately succeed in achieving. Most solopreneurs fail in their first year of business and many of these people are forced to return to ‘normal’ work. Creating a thriving self-made business is a lot harder than most people imagine. Even when purely […]
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