In this first part we look at the importance of defining what you are going to do as a business before you take any steps to actually put a plan into action. You need to define what you want this creation to do for YOU in order that you don’t spend time and effort building something only to find that it falls flat.
My name is Meredith Eisenberg - the solo biz hacker - I love to scour the internet for new strategies and ideas - and then experiment to see which ideas really work. For the past 10 years, I have been helping entrepreneurs tame the tech overwhelm and create businesses that work for them. From coming up with basic strategy to untangling and simplifying your funnels, we’ve been there and done that. I am passionate about helping seasoned entrepreneurs with a passion create businesses to help them end up on the “right side” of the economy so they can develop the skills to always earn money without depending on employment.
The Importance of the Case Study
Why The First Thing in Your New Business is NOT a Website
10 Reasons To Consider Starting a Business After 50
ESCAPE the Tyranny of the Job Market
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Do Your Email Messages Feel Like The Wallflower at the Middle School Dance?
Seth Godin’s Coffee Obsession
Work from Home Job Scams - And the Truth About Starting a Solo Business from Scratch