- Consistently attract their “ideal” clients
- Generate more income from their services and products
- Manage their business efficiently and effectively, so that they can enjoy their work and the other things that are important in their life
Most of my clients are mid-life professionals and those nearing retirement who want to create a successful, sustainable, and rewarding business of their own
- Typically, they have worked for someone else for the better part of their career.
- Now, either by choice or circumstance, they are thinking about, planning for, or actively engaged in developing their own business..
My clients include self-employed professionals at all levels of development:
- Individuals who are thinking about starting their own business and want to learn more about what is involved and whether it would be right for them.
- New business owners who want to accelerate the growth of their business and create a strong foundation for future success.
- More experienced business owners who are ready to take their business to the next level or in a new direction.
During the past 15 years, I’ve worked with clients from many different industries including:
Accountants, attorneys, coaches, consultants, financial planners, helping professionals, interior designers, real estate agents, holistic health practitioners, professional organizers, salon owners and creative professionals such as artists, artisans, crafters, and designers.
Regardless of their industry or where they are in their business, my “ideal” clients are:
- Committed to building a successful, sustainable and rewarding business
- Ready to invest the time, energy and financial resources to do it
- Prepared to take consistent, persistent action to build their business
- Willing to accept responsibility for their actions and results
- Dedicated to providing high quality services and products
- Open to feedback and new ideas
Most of my clients are “solopreneurs” and that’s how my business got its name.
You won’t find the word “solopreneur” in the dictionary. However, if you do an internet search, you’ll notice that it is a widely-used term that refers to self-employed professionals who own and operate a business. Most solopreneurs work alone. Others have a team of independent contractors and still others have a small number of employees.
Solopreneurs are driven by the desire to use their unique talents and abilities to make a difference. Often very independent, many solopreneurs are self-starters and are passionate about the work they do. Others develop these traits as they go. I call that “The Solopreneur’s Journey.”
The flip side of this is that when you’re a solopreneur, you often spend a great deal of time working alone in your business and it’s easy to start feeling a little isolated and to miss the comraderie of a “day job.”
That’s why an important part of what I do is to help my solopreneur clients develop the habits and routines and put the right systems in place, so they can manage the demands of their business effectively, enjoy their work, and still have time for the other things that are important in their life.
Would you like to learn more?
Schedule a Complimentary Consultation with me:
This 45-minute session is conducted by telephone in the convenience of your own office or home. It is a risk-free opportunity to determine whether coaching is the right investment for you and if we would be a good fit to work together.
© 2021. Eileen M. Redden, Ph.D. All rights reserved world-wide.