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A "solopreneur" is different than other types of business owners. You're a "solopreneur" if you prefer running your own shop. You like being in charge, handling things yourself and understanding how everything works. You don't like meetings, working in large companies or wasting time.
If solopreneurs are different then I think a business model for solopreneurs should also be different. I have either worked with or been a solopreneur for nearly 30 years and I think the following model works best for helping a solopreneur start and run their business. Over the next number of posts I will explain each section of the model and I welcome any and all comments and insights from members.