There are many great things about running your own business, but if you work by yourself you will, inevitably, feel lonely.

In this episode I share three simple strategies to combat entrepreneurial loneliness

  • How online communities can be really important to make both online and offline contacts
  • My advice on why live events are a great way to meet like-minded business owners and share ideas
  • Why hobbies outside of your business are crucial to switch off and also meet people from different walks of life

Key resources

The Soulful PR Studio

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Podcast How to use media coverage to grow your business with the Merrymaker sisters (episode 65)

Pat Flynn’s Smart Passive Income blog

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YouPreneur Summit

Podcast How to make systems sexy with Tony Brown (episode 115)

Podcast The F-word with Jonathan Tilley (episode 27)

Podcast How to write and publish your own book with Amanda Cook (episode 141)

Podcast How to use live events to promote your brand with Chris Marr (episode 51)

Podcast How to get known with Mark Schaefer (episode 137)

Podcast How to use video to promote your brand with Amy Schmittauer (episode 37)

Podcast How to turn content into cash with Pete Matthew (episode 139)

Podcast How to make marketing simple with Roger Edwards (episode 125)

Podcast They ask, you answer: content marketing made easy with Marcus Sheridan (episode 127)

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Brand Boost podcast with Vincenzo Landino

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