5 Things I’ve Learned as a Solopreneur

August 24, 2021

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I'm Amy!

Client experience is more than delivering on a promise. I empower solopreneurs to design simple, memorable, and engaging experiences that keep clients coming back and sharing their experience with others. 


Did you decide to start a business in 2020 or decide to go all-in on your side hustle? The leap was both exciting and terrifying at the same time – am I right? Now you’re a year+ in and questioning if this was the right decision. Friends, I feel you.

As a fellow solopreneur, I can tell you this happens and you are not alone. During my 10 years as an entrepreneur, I’ve done a lot of falling, failing forward, and finding solutions. I’ve learned a lot. I’m not going to preach to you about what you “should” do. I want to share the realizations that I’ve had that have helped me (and are continuing to help me). Feel free to be inspired if that is where today’s episode leads you.

This Week on Touchpoints:

•  Debunking a myth about solopreneurship
•  Freedom and flexibility are within reach
•  You have more control than you think
•  How to learn from mistakes 

Thanks for tuning in to this week’s episode of Touchpoints, a podcast designed for service-focused solopreneurs, like you, to learn the art of building lasting client relationships with systems strategist and your host, Amy Feierman.

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