The many, many types of solopreneurs

by Michele on December 22, 2013

A solopreneur business can sell many different thingsOne of the things I love about the solopreneur business model is that there are so many different businesses you can have.  You can literally create a business that has never existed before.  Assuming people want and can pay for what want to sell, there is an almost limitless array of products and services you can offer as a solopreneur.  Do you have that “one thing” you are known for, that people ask you about all the time, that people want your help with and that you are known as the go-to guy or gal for?  If so, maybe that’s your solopreneur business!

This is one of the ideas I explore in my book “Is a Solopreneur Business Right for You?”  I talk about the various types of solopreneur businesses and what personality traits will help you be successful as a solopreneur.  Head over to the Kindle store and check it out!

 

Comments

  1. Mozette says:

    As you know, Michelle, I’ve been working on Crafty Pegs for a few months now on Facebook. It’s so much fun now that I’m not spending as much money on it as I did originally. Now, it’s about sitting down and just painting the pegs and pencils; designing new designs and enjoying the freedom I have with them.

    I’ve got a new idea to add to them though. It’s sheet metal garden verses. I bought some punch letter stamps from Bunnings (a large gardening franchise here) and I’m going to write beautiful, refreshing verse about nature on sheet metal to hang in the garden. Or place it as a place mat at bbq’s or on the ground next to planters as pet memorials… and I’m gathering together large spoons to flatten out to punch the names of plants and herbs into them so I can stand them up in the sides of pots. I gleaned the idea off ‘Better Homes and Gardens’ here in Australia and just expanded on it… plus I have a few poisonous plants so I can write out on a spoon that some of my plants are ‘poison’ without getting them done professionally. 😀
    And if I can work on them and sell them at the markets with my pegs, they’ll look great! 😀

    1. Michele says:

      Great idea Lynda! These new products sound like they would work well at a craft market and since you are there anyway it makes sense to offer a few different things to appeal to different buyers. Hope it turns out great! Michele

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