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By Robert Gerrish

This entire instruction manual to taking the plunge into self-employment offers the required instruments had to plan and start a solo enterprise. Combining inspirational recommendation and useful concepts, the conduct and behaviors of profitable self-employees are mentioned besides time administration, networking, and advertising techniques. For these caught in a qualified rut, the feedback supplied could make going to paintings a extra pleasurable event.

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If yes, you can proceed with confidence; if no, hit the delete button. ’ This scenario bore no resemblance to my circumstances at the time. I knew if I really wanted the set-up I dreamed of I’d need to make big life changes over the year. It was nerve-racking in a way, but my vision helped me justify these changes. ’ This made my journey to soloism easier. In fact, it would have been near impossible for me to get to where I am if I hadn’t had such a strong mental picture of where I wanted to be.

Thought so. You’re never short of inspiration A meaningful vision can be your very own portable life coach, acknowledging, challenging and supporting as you move forwards. In fact it’s the best motivational tool you’re likely to find. 51 Flying Solo text 28/2/06 2:57 PM Page 52 FLYING SOLO WHAT’S OBSCURING YOUR VISION? Let’s face it, most people don’t have a clear and articulated vision and it’s usually to do with outmoded assumptions like these: Visions are for other people It’s a myth that visions only work for the wildly ambitious or for the world’s movers and shakers.

An international survey undertaken by UK economists has found that 70 per cent of people in twenty-seven countries wanted a better work/life balance. The good news is, as a soloist, you’re not obliged to subscribe to the conventional ‘wisdom’ that you work like a dog all week and recover on the weekend. You don’t need permission to take a break from anyone other than yourself, but if you’re used to toiling under the ‘longer 21 Flying Solo text 28/2/06 2:57 PM Page 22 FLYING SOLO hours = better worker’ model, you could feel guilty about taking time out.

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