If you’re a solopreneur you came into that status in one of two ways.
- For whatever reason, you lost your job and are calling yourself a solopreneur while you look around for new employment.
- You have dreamed (usually for a long time) about doing a particular type of work, you may have felt called to get out on your own to do this work, and you sincerely hope and believe that whatever you are doing is truly your life’s work.
That’s usually how it goes. And whichever category you are in, finding your soul (sole) purpose is important, because you will become filled with fire and passion, find a commitment within yourself that fuels focus and action, be unstoppable. Whether you do that working for someone else or for yourself, you will be adding value to the world. You will be adding love to the world. You will be courageously modeling for others what it is like to live from deeply rooted, certain knowledge about your soul (sole) purpose.
My soul purpose is to help those who are lost to their purpose find their way. I encourage, help clear the weeds and vines that have long been overgrown, hold the light while someone searches for their path. Eventually, with courage and stamina and humor and love, the way is found.
My experience is heavily weighted to entrepreneurs and solopreneurs, and my passion is there, too. I believe that our culture and economy become stronger when we foster the growth of small businesses, when we support the folks who are willing to give up (or perhaps have never had) the option of employment. I believe that entrepreneurs need nurturing and community, and I want to be a provider. My blog is one way I provide these things to you.
(c) Sue Painter