Earlier this week I contributed to an article discussing “As a solopreneur, you are required to wear all the hats in your business, and that can be challenging.  What is your best strategy for running a one-person-show without getting overwhelmed in the process?” This should be especially useful to musicians who often have to do everything themselves. Two common points that musicians should look at:

  • Outsource
  • Stay very organized

Being a solopreneur can be a tough road, especially when you are responsible for running an entire business. Managing all the roles by yourself can be overwhelming. But there are solo business owners everywhere making it work. So last week I asked –

As a solopreneur, you are required to wear all the hats in your business, and that can be challenging. What is your best strategy for running a one-person-show without getting overwhelmed in the process?

We received 56 amazing responses to this query! There is definitely some consensus below regarding the need to outsource, and be incredibly organized when running your business. Mixed in are some very interesting tips, when put together should help any aspiring or struggling solopreneur get a much better handle on his/her work load. I hope you find the tips as enlightening as we did, and if you have something unique to add that really works for you, please leave a comment below and let us all in on your secret to success. Enjoy!

Read All the Tips via Wearing All the Hats Without Losing Your Head « Strategies and Tactics for Women by Dr. Shannon Reece.