My Problem-Solving Reality as a Solo Entrepreneur

I help people run an online business and work from home based on what has worked for me as a solo entrepreneur who has had no boss since 2004.
My Problem-Solving Reality as a Solo Entrepreneur

Do you know those entrepreneurs who sent rockets in space, built billion-dollar startups from scratch and created thousands of jobs? Well, I am not one of them.

I am a company of one, with no employees and no fancy headquarters. I work from home and run a web publishing business. Simple as that.

Does that make me an entrepreneur? Maybe a solo entrepreneur? A solopreneur? You decide. I never liked putting labels on people. I only cared for results. And I have been making my living without having a boss since I dropped out of university.

Entrepreneurship is living a few years of your life like most people won't, so you can spend the rest of your life like most people can't.

I first considered calling myself an entrepreneur when I incorporated my web business into the United States of America. Everything I create online is the property of my US company for legal and tax reasons.

I find managing a company exciting. From taking care of its financials and running it properly, to sending invoices with my logo and introducing myself as a founder! And as a founder and CEO of an LLC company based in the USA, I'm here to share what I once wished I knew.

Check out what I recently wrote about entrepreneurship here.

Working From Home

I am a work-from-home dad and a web entrepreneur. I have turned some hobbies of mine into a "day job," although I have no boss, no work schedule, no shifts, and no daily commute. Working from home has allowed me to feel free during my entire life.

While I've made my living as a gambler in the past, nowadays, I'm wearing my web publisher hat.

The Freedom of Working from Home with a Family
Discover what worked for me, enjoying total freedom as a work-from-home guy for 20 years. Even while raising a family.


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  5. Google Apps: 24/7 email service. No more lost emails due to downtime.
  6. Upwork: Outsourcing and hiring freelancers that buy me time.