Back for another solopreneur blog update! In case you don’t live in Canada or the US, or in another country with fun holidays, we were off yesterday.
In Ontario it’s called Family Day – no complaints here! Anyway, last week I was talking about what to do if things feel stale for any aspect of your solopreneuer business.
Of course, what to do is very situational and depends on a variety of factors. But sometimes the best thing you can do is switch things up, mix it around and try something that sounds more “fun” to you.
After all, business is mostly just working hard on a series of tests and scaling up whatever works. At least from my experience.
So as I said in my last update, I decided to switch up the Solopreneur Grind Podcast a bit. And move from interviews to more “building in public” type vibe. For those who haven’t heard, that’s got a lot more popular in the last few years.
And it’s exactly what it sounds like: building a company and sharing your journey along the way.
Which is… kind of what I do in these solopreneur blog posts already!
But if you like my updates, and want to hear them in even more detail – from me and also a good buddy of mine who is building a copywriting/UX business – then definitely check it out.
In fact, episode 2 (both video and audio) is now live, can check it out here.
Had a weird too as Sam and I are doing some house-sitting.
Her parents went away on a trip and they have two dogs. Therefore, when they go away, we get volunteered to house/dog-sit.
Luckily their two dogs are pretty quiet, lazy and cute. And while having to walk them in Canadian winter is not fun, they’re pretty good company during the day as I’m working from home most of the time.
It’s also a nice change of scenery.
For those of you working from home, do you find it difficult if you go long stretches without having many reasons to leave the house?
It’s certainly convenient, but also very nice to get a change of scenery. I find it keeps me fresh.
Other than that, spending most of my time this week doing more Visto sales and marketing. Outbound, demos, partnership discussions, all that kind of stuff.
We also recently updated our website, so if you haven’t seen it in a while, or want to get a better idea for our latest product, definitely check it out.
In short, we’ve automated the process of preparing and submitting a Canadian study permit application – both for students who want to apply by themselves, or law firms that want to save time prepping these applications for clients.
If you happen to know anyone that might be interested, definitely let me know too!
That’s it for now. Have a great day, make sure not to miss my daily updates here and keep grinding.