Being Self-Employed Shouldn’t Mean Being-By-Yourself-Employed

When you’re an employed member of a team, you will most certainly have a boss to provide you with direction, motivation and support, as well as other members of a team to bounce ideas, frustrations and excitement off and socialise with. But, who do you turn to when once you’ve taken the plunge to work on your own?

coworkingAccording to research from Startup Britain, more than 500,000 businesses were launched in 2013 and, I’m sure, many of them will be experiencing that feeling of isolation that comes from self-employment and the challenges that remote working brings.

The absolute best way to over-come these challenges is to go out and meet others who feel exactly the same. So, over the next week, work somewhere else for one day, such as your nearest coworking space. Not only may you even be more productive than you are at home, but you’ll be part of a small business community that wants to help you and needs your input too.

Once you do, you’ll quickly learn that being self-employed, doesn’t have to mean being by-yourself-employed!

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