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MBA1987 Best Business Models for Solopreneurs + Free Ride Friday

Ready to rock on your own?

If you want the freedom of entrepreneurship, but don’t see yourself running a team — for now —  there are lots of ways to generate income all by your lonesome.

Today, we discuss which business models work best for the solopreneur, and help you decide which path is suited to your goals and talents. Whether by freelancing, selling information-based products, and more, there’s a way forward for everyone.

Whether you intend to start solo and scale up later (like Omar did), or fly solo all the way to your entrepreneurial destination, today’s episode can help you get started.

Pro tip: whatever you know, you can sell. Click Play!

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