Do you know those entrepreneurs who send rockets in space, built billion-dollar startups from scratch, and created thousands of jobs? 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? You decide. I never liked putting labels on people. I only care 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 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.
You can find the last five articles I wrote about entrepreneurship here.
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Tools for every online entrepreneur
- Lastpass: As an online entrepreneur, I must have hundreds of accounts online. Remembering so many passwords is impossible, and obviously, I won't use the same password everywhere! LastPass not only remembers everything but saves me probably hours every day by auto-completing login details in tens of websites.
- Transferwise: I get paid in US dollars, Euros, and British Pounds from anywhere in the world.
- Revolut: Converting currencies with zero commission at interbank FX rates. Need I say more?
- Google Apps: 24/7 email service. No more lost emails due to downtime.
- Upwork: Outsourcing and hiring freelancers that buy me time.