Being an entrepreneur is a lonely place to be. It’s so lonely that you don’t realize it’s even lonely. That’s just the way it is. You’re just alone. And you’re not sad to be alone. That’s just your business structure. And you did that on purpose. And maybe one day you’ll have a team, but for now, it’s just you. And that’s great! You’re living the dream. But you’re very much alone.
I left that networking event feeling more hopeful and more connected than I’ve felt in a long time. I didn’t snag a new client, but I made some connections, shared favorite business podcasts, and found out about more networking opportunities. And most importantly, I realized that even though I spend my days alone (also, yes, often in my pajamas and very often in my house), I’m not the only one doing this.
The beauty of handmade products is that you can create literally anything.But how do you decide what to make when your options are unlimited? And more importantly, how do you organize your offerings so they are easy for your customers to select and purchase?