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No one is really a Solopreneur

Exactly a year ago I was in the middle of the Swiss mountains, enjoying a beer and getting drunk on the unbelievable landscape that surrounded me.

That trip was the gift I gave myself for my 30th birthday. Travelling through Europe as a celebration sounds good, doesn’t it?

Everyone likes to do special things for their birthday. Well, most people at least!

No one is really a Solopreneur

30s here I come!

This year though, I wanted to try something different for my birthday celebration (which is today!): I wanted to give thanks.

To whom?

Well, after I came back from that unforgettable trip I decided that I wanted a change in my business.

Mind you, I had a successful business at the moment that allowed me -among other things- to make expensive travels just because I think they are more fun than traditional Birthday parties.

And yet I wasn’t really fulfilled with what I was doing. I wanted to help people to be the writers of their own destiny, but I was just helping companies make money by selling products.

Starting this new venture meant that I had to learn a whole bunch of new things. It was almost starting from scratch.

So this year, instead of going on a new adventure to a different country, I want to give thanks to all the amazing entrepreneurs that are helping me grow in my new business with their courses, content, and overall helpful amazing predisposition.

Thanks for helping me -directly or not- to create a business I can be proud of.

Without any particular order:

 

Thank you!

Krista Miller

Krista Miller

Krista is a Strategic WordPress developer specializing in designer collaborations. She gave me the chance to write my very first guest post for her blog, where she talks about online business & blogging.
She is the co-founder of Coded Creative; and hosts the Intentional Blogging Group on Facebook, where you can participate in challenges to grow your blog and website.

Bailey Richert

Bailey Richert

As a Business Coach for Beginning + Budding Infopreneurs, Bailey is a fountain of knowledge about how to take what you know, and leverage it to help more people through infoproducts.
I met her through her 2016 Infopreneur Summit.
Bailey is great at connecting people (including me) and interacting with her is always a pleasure! When she is not busy giving Ted Talks, you can find her in the Infopreneur Community.

Chanel Cumberbatch

Chanel Cumberbatch

Chanel is a Business Strategist and Clarity Coach for freedom driven, legacy building entrepreneurs. My very first live broadcasting appearance was in her amazing Facebook Group, The Coaching Collective.
She is constantly sharing her knowledge there and in other groups, and her upbeat personality is contagious!

Kayla Hollatz

Kayla Hollatz

The adorable Kayla teaches engaging, actionable courses & workshops on marketing, social media, blogging & online community building. She is also the founder of Create Lounge, and hosts the #createlounge Twitter chat: the most memorable tweet chat I’ve ever participated in.
Interacting with her over Twitter is always a treat!

Kae Whitaker

Kae Whitaker

This woman is pure fire! She is a personal brand & business development strategist that shares her vast knowledge through her Facebook group, The Business Behind the Brand; and her weekly Periscopes. Her content is the motivator behind projects to come in my business (stay tuned for that!).

Camilo Berneri

Camilo Berneri

Of course, I couldn’t leave out my greatest supporter of them all: my partner in life, Camilo. He is a very talented illustrator that enjoys making people laugh, and supports me in my day-today craziness (personal and business). I couldn’t do this without him!
(Pssst! He is taking commissions, go check out his Instagram!)

Marina De Giobbi

Marina De Giobbi

Marina is the CEO of Visual Marketing, a digital marketing agency specializing in creating great websites, ads, logos, photos and more for small business. She’s also the co-founder of Ayuda Contador, the equivalent of OkCupid for accountants and clients. While we are good friends, we have completely different takes on how to run our business, which is great for bouncing ideas and having a fresh view outside of what I already know.
If you are in Buenos Aires, Marina hosts BsAs Coworking Itinerante every other week.

Hernan Tylim

Hernan Tylim

Co-founder of Ayuda Contador, Hernan is a knowledgeable developer working for startups all over the world. Also a good friend and the devil’s advocate when it comes to discussing business. He, Marina and I have spent countless hours discussing business strategy and helping each other to succeed.
He also hosts Emprendiendo en BsAs Facebook group.

Cinthia Pacheco

Cinthia Pacheco

She is a Systems & Tools Expert + Web Analytics Nerd + Writer that helps creatives and entrepreneurs with their Digital Strategy. Cinthia also hosts the Digitally Overwhelmed podcast (it’s pretty new, go check it out!) and is responsible of my very first podcast interview.
She also hosts several Meetups including Tuesdays Together Buenos Aires, and Women in Business BA.

To you and all the other people that help me in my business and in life one way or another, I say: THANK YOU.

Because you can’t succeed alone!

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