The Self-Employed Life: Business and Personal Development Strategies That Create Sustainable Success
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From the host of the wildly popular The Self-Employed Life Podcast comes a compelling guide for self-employed business owners, freelancers, and entrepreneurs, on creating a purpose-driven, heart-centered lifestyle.
To be self-employed means more than employing oneself. It's a choice to challenge yourself to grow personally while building a business. Caught between entrepreneurship and small business, self-employed people often feel overlooked and left out.
Professional photographer and host of the The Self-Employed Life, podcast Jeffrey Shaw believes that as we develop ourselves, we raise the bar--we're capable of even more success. What self-employed folks need is both business strategies and personal development to reach and maintain that success. In The Self-Employed Life, Shaw offers a three-part ecosystem for success:
● Personal development: mindset, exercise, nutrition, and other healthy shifts
● Business strategies: marketing, finance, and other key tools for growing your business
● Sustainability: the daily habits that help you sustain success
This holistic approach will equip you over the long haul, beyond the mechanics of setting up and running a business.
Whereas Shaw's previous book, Lingo, was about creating the secret language to attract ideal customers, this book is all about creating the environment, the Self-Employed Ecosystem, to attract the success you want. He shows you how to get clear on what you want to get away from what you don't want, set clear intentions in a specific From-To format, and reflect on three big life questions to clear the way.
As Paul Jarvis did with Company of One, Jeffrey Shaw plots a path forward for the solopreneur who knows that small is better--except when it comes to how big you can dream. He shows you how you can set up your environment to create the success you want. You may be in business for yourself, but you're not in business by yourself.