Beat the Solopreneur Isolation Blues

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[Editor's Note: Transitioning from working in an office to working solo in your own business can be a lonely one. Even if you're an introvert (like I am), the sudden hush that falls can be loud. Here are some great ways to nix the isolation as a solopreneur - Paula G]

One is the Loneliest Number: Ways to Beat the ‘Solopreneur’ Blues

One thing you don’t hear much about is the transition from working in an office surrounded by colleagues to working in your home surrounded by no one. While my initial months of “solopreneurship” brought a steady stream of work that kept me busy, I longed for the “water cooler” chatter and intermittent banter breaks my old office mates provided. The buzz generated from those conversations effected my motivation to keep going.

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