Successful solopreneurs and business owners usually spend most of their time doing whatever it is they do best. They either outsource the “other stuff” they’re not very good at, or they rely on a few pieces of technology or automation to get things done. It’s always easier to focus on doing what you do best once you put all of the other problems behind you.
Others, however, are still in the place where they’re trying to figure everything out. They’re still in the place where it feels like they’ll need a marketing degree to get any kind of a return on their efforts. In other words, they’re still in a place of frustration.
If that’s you, and you’re trying to keep your business alive, today’s podcast can be a game-changer in how you plan going forward.