On June 16, 1997, I hung out my shingle as a consultant and solopreneur. I was 27, and had just resigned a group brand manager position at a Fortune 200 company after 10 weeks of employment.
Clearly, that wasn’t the place for me.
Eighteen years later, I’m happy, business is good, and the best is yet to come.
What follows are some lessons I’ve learned, whether you’re a solopreneur, a consultant or merely curious. Continue reading “10 Things I’ve Learned From 18 Years as a Solopreneur”