Now, It's All About Slow Solopreneurship
Slow solopreneurship is the concept of building a business at a slower pace and with a focus on sustainability and balance. It involves taking a more intentional approach to entrepreneurship, prioritizing personal well-being and avoiding the pressure to grow quickly at all costs. Slow solopreneurs prioritize quality over quantity, establish flexible work schedules, and prioritize building relationships with customers and peers.
Living slowly, building slowly with intention and relentless obsession, that's my forever goal.
About Me "The Slow Solopreneur"
You already know my name. But it may take more time to get to know my personality; introverts are hard to get sometimes. I hope the work I plan to put through theslowsolopreneur.com will be sufficient to show that I "talk the talk and walk the walk."
I have very diverse interests. The main topics I will cover are building and growing niche websites, SEO and marketing, slow hustle, slow wealth, solo lifestyle topics, and business philosophy. Also, nutrition, fitness, and sports have played a massive role in my life. I would never be the marketing diva I am today if it wasn't for my sports discipline, experience, and knowledge.
Thus, I will write a lot on the importance of the relationship between health and being a sane solopreneur. Lastly, expect this website to change often. I am a big Kanban and Agile evangelist; thus, experimentation, feedback, and continuous improvement are part of this website's growth.
Let's rock together!
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In my blog, I write about marketing, slow wealth, solopreneurship, slow life, personal finances, health, life-related essays and book recommendations.
Tools and Gears
This is where I write my honest reviews about the tools and gears I use to run my solo business. I also review all the courses I've took so far to sharpen my skills and brain.
My love for marketing and solopreneurship is never ending. I've been practicing marketing and SEO for the past 10 years. Learning this craft is a never ending process for me.
What Am I Doing "NOW"?
Living slowly, building slowly is all about the here and the now.
After a 10-year break from running, I started running again. I can't explain the freedom and healing running gives me.
RUNNING - 5k, 10k, 20k
These days, kettlebell training is my go-to weapon. In any 15-minute kettlebell circuit, you can get destroyed. It's the best medicine for a good sleep.
I am biking again. I mostly do long city bikes, which give me enough time to think about...nothing.
Building niche websites, helping cool companies, creating reels, writing articles, crafting poems. This is a life worth living!
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THE 4 MAIN CONCEPTS
The 4 Concepts Ingrained in My Life Philosophy
Slow Solopreneurship is an approach of building a business gradually and sustainably, without rushing or sacrificing personal well-being. It involves focusing on quality over quantity, prioritizing sustainability and personal fulfillment, and cultivating a strong community of supporters and customers.
Slow Hustle focuses on slow and steady growth through consistent effort and perseverance. Rather than trying to make quick money, Slow Hustlers prioritize developing skills, building relationships, and creating a sustainable business over time. The goal is to achieve financial independence while pursuing work that aligns with their passion and values.
Slow Wealth is a financial approach focused on building wealth gradually over time through sustainable investments, frugal living, and long-term planning. It emphasizes the importance of patience, consistency, and responsible financial behavior to achieve financial security and independence.
Slow Life is a lifestyle focused on reducing the pace of daily life and enjoying the present moment. It emphasizes mindfulness, simplicity, well-being, and a connection to nature. Slow Life advocates for slowing down and taking time to appreciate the small things in life, rather than rushing through each day.