SOLO, BUT NOT ALONE.
More than 60 million Americans are currently soloists: freelancers, creatives, solo proprietors, small business owners, performers, members of the so-called “gig economy”. In many cases, it’s not a choice, but in most cases, no one ever teaches you how to be one.
A soloist must be able to manage their money, find clients and customers, advertise, and solve every problem they encounter. Because they are the IT department, the HR department, the marketing department, the accounting department, and whatever other department they need at the moment.
Even if the soloist happens to be a personal trainer or a lawyer or a writer or a personal chef.
Soloist is a free resource to help soloists plan and help solve those problems. We’ve created a user manual on how to be a soloist.