It’s no fun when you go into self-employment expecting the joy of freedom and autonomy, but find yourself faced with the flip-side of isolation and loneliness.
If self-employment is feeling more like by-your-self-employment, then here’s some good news: There’s an easy way out of the one-man-band trap and it’s all about asking for help.
Click the picture below to watch my conversation with communication maven Jason Stein (of Heart of Business) on this topic:
In this 24-minute video, you’ll discover how to allow more collaboration and delegation. You’ll find ways of making the most of other people’s natural desire to contribute and help you grow your business.
(Be sure to watch till the end of the video to hear about Jason’s upcoming workshop in London. Yes, this Portland guy is bringing the Heart of Business magic over this month. I’ll be there; you?)
I’d love to hear from you. Do you stop yourself from asking for help? Are you concerned that people will say “no” or feel burdened, or that you’ll lose some of your power? Leave a comment below, let us know.
And I’d love to hear your wish-list! If you could ask anyone for anything at any time, what would you ask for? Let us know in the comment box below – you never know who may be able to help…
Do you know someone who’d love to read this or contribute to this topic? Please email them this link: http://youinspireme.co.uk/2012/how-to-make-self-employment-easier-1 and also share this post on social media. I’ll love you forever (and they will too).
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© Corrina Gordon-Barnes, 2012