Being a solo-entrepreneur is not always easy. 

You have to know a lot about a lot of different things (marketing, sales, finances, copywriting, etc.).

You need to motivate yourself and always keep going, whether you feel like it or not.

You cannot hide behind excuses and you cannot blame anyone for your mistakes or (lack of) results: as a solo-entrepreneur, you basically ARE your business. 

And you’re responsible for all everything that goes on in your business.

Which can be great: nothing is more fulfilling and gives you more freedom than having a successful business that is an expression of your life purpose.

But that’s not always what it looks or feels like.

Sometimes being an entrepreneur just totally sucks.

When clients aren’t knocking on your door and you’re not making enough money.

When you work really hard but you’re not getting the results you want.

When you wake up in the middle of the night and can’t sleep because you’re thinking and worrying too much.

When things are difficult it’s hard to have fun – but it might be exactly what you need to focus on.

Doing something fun is just what you need to recharge your battery and open your mind to a new perspective or solution.

If you feel you are working too hard or if you’re not really happy with your business at this moment, NOW is the time to do something fun.

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It is allowed to have fun, you know 😉

There is no law that says you must first earn the right to enjoy yourself before you may have a good time.

Besides: you owe it to yourself to take excellent care of yourself.

And what do you have to offer others if you don’t take good care of yourself first?

This week’s Transformational Action:

How long has it been since you had great fun doing something you really, really like?

What is it you’d love to do right now?

What energizes you and is something you can do within the next 3 days?

Do it.

Enjoy it.

Have fun!



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