Thanks to the Internet, productivity software, virtual staffing solutions, and freelancers and consultants of all types at your disposal, a single person can cause a major economic ruckus.
According to new statistics released by the U.S. Census Bureau, an increasing number of single-person businesses are breaking into seven figures of revenue. There’s also an accompanying shift in mindset that rejects the need to “scale up” to hiring hundreds or thousands of people to make more money.
Today’s episode of Unemployable with Brian Clark talks about another mindset shift — remaining a single-person or very small company, but creating a portfolio of businesses that you own an interest in. This is what’s known as becoming a habitual entrepreneur.
In this 8-minute episode of Unemployable with Brian Clark, Brian discusses:
- The power of one person
- The rise of the millionaire solopreneur
- How a portfolio of companies creates wealth
- The key asset of the habitual entrepreneur
- Audience as a key asset
- Why you might collaborate with a “content person”
- Details about upcoming webinars
Unemployable with Brian Clark on iTunes