Solopreneur Survival Kit

solopreneur.survival.kit.Ever seen this clever survival kit idea idea. Seems a perfect collection for the solopreneur who is working toward a successful online presence. The online solopreneur is a rare breed, and maybe best understood and appreciated particularly by others in the same lifestyle. It takes real passion to stick with it sometimes, and also a high level of personal discipline to run an online business successfully.

Toothpick … to remind you to pick the good qualities in everyone, including yourself.

Rubber Band ==> to remind you to be flexible. Things might not always go the way you want, but it can be worked out as long as you are prepared to roll with changes and trends. Change is the only constant, so expect it. Focus on your goals but leave space in your plans to adjust to changes as they will be inevitable.

Eraser ==> to remind you you WILL make mistakes. If not, then you are probably not taking risks nor trying new things.

Candy Kiss ==> to remind you that everyone needs hugs, compliments and positive reinforcement.

Mint ==> to remind you that you are worth a mint!   Becoming an entrepreneur can be tough, but you were tougher.

Bubble Gum ==> to remind you to stick with it! Failure is really about simply quitting too soon. If it were ‘easy’ then everyone would be doing it. Have the courage to attack the hard stuff and stick WITH it.

Pencil ==> to remind you to count your blessings every day. Write them down in a journal. Celebrate being grateful, and more you do, the more you will attract more of the same. Focus on abundance in thoughts and words.

Tea Bag ==> to remind you to take time to relax. Step away from the desk now and then. Go play! Create art, or go for a run. Meditate or exercise or go play in the garden.

Band-Aid ==> to remind you to heal hurt feelings and avoid taking things personally.

Tiny and subtle reminders, yet daily focus they can bring you toward the mindset needed for success as a solopreneur.

 

 

 

Carolan Ross

CFO(Chief Fun Officer) at SoloSpark
Freelance writer, creative soul, solopreneur and former teacher who networks with rebels, visionaries, artists and other square pegs in round holes. I support solopreneurs with copywriting and juggling life and business to SHINE ONLINE!

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