Business Tip 1: Don’t allow chaos, confusion, and mishaps that are bound to crop up in life be your ringmaster. It is time to get organized and start to build a solid plan of action. Please plan, plan, and plan even more; your future self will appreciate what your present self is sacrificing.
Business Tip 2: The problem is some people do not understand, encourage, appreciate, or respect all hustles whether the solo-entrepreneur is working from home or from the back seat of a car. Just because a person is not hustling at the traditional 9 to 5 job doesn’t mean that his or her job is any less important or demanding. Nontraditional solo-entrepreneurs cannot let anyone (be it friends or family members) get in the way of their personal or professional endeavors. Please respect everyone’s hustle and remember, the individual who works outside of the traditional 9 to 5 also deserves the same level of respect and professional courtesy – e.g., not bothering them while they are grinding.
– Isaac Davis, Jr., MBA, HIFE CCP, The Small Business Guru