Co-creating wisdom for solopreneur success

solopreneur Co creating wisdom for solopreneur success

If you’re a solopreneur then you’ll want to have your voice heard by taking part in the 2013 Annual Solopreneur Survey

For several years now, the survey has been run by author and solopreneur expert Larry Keltto.

By taking part you help build the communal wisdom around what creates success for solopreneurs pursuing their right livelihood.

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Are your coaching skills in place to help LGBT clients?

lgbt webinar 1013 Are your coaching skills in place to help LGBT clients?

In this era of growing acceptance and the increasing freedom of gay marriage, many coaches, therapists and other practitioners want to reach out to gays and lesbians.

Unfortunately, many assume their training and a dash of sensitivity are sufficient to truly help LGBT individuals.


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30 social media myths busted

Did you ever fall asleep while someone was talking? If so, let me tell you a story about my college classmate Christie who kept falling asleep in our computer programming classes. Our professor had the most boring, monotone delivery style you can imagine. Falling asleep in class didn’t exactly impress the professor. Since it was […]

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Are you blocking your business from loving you?

car in snow

One of the tragic stories during the historic snowstorm here in Boston last weekend was the story of the 11 year old boy who died because he got into the car to stay warm while his father shoveled the snow. With the engine running and the exhaust blocked by the snowbank, the carbon monoxide went […]

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Do Creativity and Learning matter in your business?

The icy winter wind is blasting through the carefully insulated thermal windowpanes here in Boston! Not to worry – as 2013 has started, I’ve been like a hibernating bear, hunkered under a blanket. Instead of sleeping the winter away, however, I’ve been at the computer a lot working intensively on some special projects in my […]

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Treasures in the murky waters of joint ventures


Imagine that due to soil erosion what was once the extravagant royal palace of an ancient wealthy King and Queen has become … … a slimy, messy swamp. Malaria-ridden mosquitoes now bite anything that moves near what was once the elegant home to the wealthiest monarch this imaginary country has known. We don’t know if […]

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To get more clients, avoid naked promotion

The ROI for blogging is clear and as marketing stretegies go it’s not very complicated. Still, I hear regularly that it’s confusing and challenging for many small business owners and solopreneurs: How can I find the time? What should I write about? How much stuff should I give away? How will people find my blog? […]

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Don’t defy this marketing law (just like gravity)


When you’re busy in your business and trying to get new clients, it can be easy to overlook making sure your activities follow the laws of marketing. Just like gravity this ‘marketing law’ is a ‘law’ you’d best not defy. Assuming you’re selling something that people consider important enough to pay for … The most […]

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Can green & ethical business be profitable?


When you’re feeling the need for more clients, perhaps especially when you’re feeling a real cash flow pinch, it can be very tempting to make compromises that make you feel uncomfortable.I regularly hear stories of people choosing to do joint ventures with someone they are not comfortable with.  They may not feel aligned with their […]

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The scavenger hunt for the ultimate client


A few days ago I was walking home from the subway after a meeting downtown. As I got to the café about a block from the neighborhood school, I was suddenly surrounded by a noisy crowd of 12 teenage boys and girls. Living in the city where crime is not unheard of, it can be […]

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