Taking the Solo Out of Being a Solo Entrepreneur

Spotlight on Success Show – Episode #32

I am very excited to be continuing this new series on the topic of Biggest Business Challenges from my tribe members. This week’s business challenge comes from Jill Chivers, founder of ShopYourWardrobe.com.

Like most who take the entrepreneurial leap, we don’t take much time to consider the ramifications of being solo, and that sometimes it can get pretty lonely, and at times overwhelming with the number of hats one person will be called upon to wear.

Join me for my latest episode of Spotlight on Success where I share 3 powerful, but simple to implement strategies to move you off isolation and overwhelm island back to mainstream success. Discover how solo entrepreneurs, like you and me, can build and grow profitable businesses. Enjoy!

If you liked this video, please share it with your friends! And of course I’d love to know your best strategy for vetting new ideas, so leave me a comment below.

To find out more about starting your own internship program, please visit Dreama and Justin Lee’s website Intern Profits (affiliate link), where you will find all the resources and training you need.

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If you’d like to have your biggest business challenge featured on an upcoming episode of Spotlight on Success, send it to me at info at drshannonreece dot com.

To your business success!


  1. Posted June 3, 2012 at 6:52 pm | Permalink | Reply


    This is the ultimate in timely advice. I have just revamped a video on the five biggest concerns that women solopreneurs have about overwhelm in business and being alone in business is definitely one of them. You have hit the proverbial nail on the head with the advice that you share in this video. I am definitely going to tweet the link to share your pearls of wisdom!


    • Posted June 3, 2012 at 10:08 pm | Permalink | Reply

      Thank you so much, Monique! It means a lot coming from an expert who masters the art of overcoming overwhelm. 🙂

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