“As solopreneurs, we’re either feeling guilty for not being busy, or we’re in over our heads with work. Neither phase in the ‘feast or famine’ work cycle is stress-free, which means solopreneur burn out is a real problem.
Here are a few common situations I experienced myself, along with ways to overcome them. I am not going to include tips like taking a deep breath or working on multiple projects as I have tried them before – but these did not seem to help me solve my burnout problems from the origin.
Here’s how to turn your marketing campaign around…”
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