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Solopreneur Confidence

Photo Credit: Rob Jones

Photo Credit: Rob Jones

Lately I’ve been audio recording my free Lessons in Fun and Profit, sometimes from the road, to hand off to my team for transcribing – ever looking for ways to be more efficient. This 5-minute recording shares 4 lessons in Solopreneur Confidence.

Play or download the 5 minute audio now.

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Shortcuts to the 4 lessons you’ll find on the audio recording:

  1. Build small successes to reduce risk and build confidence. 00:00
  2. Saying “I’ve got this,” when you don’t shuts down your problem-solving brain. 02:04
  3. Fake it till you make it – authentically. 02:54
  4. Resilience is a more important skill than confidence. 03:50

Homework: Tell me in the comments below your tricks for solopreneuring confidently, and add what you think of this audio format – do you want more audio Lessons in Fun and Profit?

2 Responses to Solopreneur Confidence

  1. Allen DeNormandie April 3, 2017 at 1:25 pm #

    Sometimes it’s difficult for the family members to understand, the required time needed to fully incubate ideas and it’s effects on “time off” schedules!,

    • Dodie Jacobi April 3, 2017 at 4:50 pm #

      I often think of family members as “investors,” because one way or another, they are. Whether silent investors or allowed to opine can be as you mutually agree, but I encourage all to be clear about the lines of influence. It’s totally fair for each to express expectations for the business as it relates to the cooperative household and relationship responsibilities. Then, understanding isn’t necessary, only respecting what is agreed. For example, if incubating a new concept, the cost on earning for that investment needs to fall within agreed contributions from the business to the household budget.

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