Over the past two years practically everyone who shifted into working from home experienced the space and time to reflect on how they’ve always done their work.
So many are questioning the idea of ‘going back’ to their job the way things were. This has led to what trend spotters are calling ‘the great resignation’ where more and more people are striking out on their own to live ‘the self-employed life.’
It’s looking super attractive and motivated by the desire to have more freedom, more flexibility and the ability to follow your true passion and purpose, right?
But, and this is a BIG but…
Most of us who’ve chosen the work-for-yourself route have discovered that it often involves working longer and harder, having less time and less money, more uncertainty and overwhelm.
You can easily find yourself running in a never-ending gerbil wheel of your own making – and feeling like you’re getting nowhere fast.
So now what?
As a solo entrepreneur, how can you avoid this fate?
Well, to help answer these questions I’ve invited Jeffrey Shaw on The Live Stream Show to unpack how you can live your best self-employed life.
Jeffrey became one of the most preeminent portrait photographers in the United States. He decided to share his knowledge of business, branding, and marketing to support self-employed and small business owners as well as progressive-minded companies.
He’s the author of the new book, “The Self-Employed Life,” that’s full of strategies that will help your business reach your big dreams.
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