Let’s chat about challenges and uncovering opportunities utilizing the services, products, and IP you’ve built over the years.
As a solopreneur making decisions around business models, offerings, products, and even personnel, you have to ask the tough questions.
Once you have information that details how your offerings compare to the industry and your competitors, you can begin the move from fighting for competitor market share to serving massive markets that are untouched by your industry or competitors.
Blue oceans are not traditionally defined. Market boundaries and traditional definitions of industry norms don’t have to apply. When you launch or grow your solopreneurship journey, you are not bound by competitive norms. If you’re doing tutoring, for example, don’t just look at what tutors are currently doing and attempt to do those things better, cheaper, or faster.