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Running a one-person business is tough. There is no boss to motivate you, no colleagues to commiserate with, and no HR Department to insist that you take time off. Working with a coach can provide the accountability and support you need to grow your solo business.

Free eBooks by Sue Allen Clayton


These eBooks will help you run your solo business more effectively and efficiently.

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GET MORE DONE: TIME MANAGEMENT TIPS FOR SOLOPRENEURS


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My rating: 4 out of 5

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10 SOLOPRENEUR MISTAKES AND HOW TO FIX THEM


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My rating: 3.5 out of 5

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HOW TO RUN A SOLO BUSINESS WHEN YOUR HEALTH GETS IN THE WAY


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My rating: 3 out of 5

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BEATING BURNOUT FOR ENTREPRENEURS: HOW TO FALL BACK IN LOVE WITH YOUR LIFE AND YOUR BUSINESS


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My rating: 2.5 out of 5

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LONGING FOR A LONGARM:  SHOULD YOU PURCHASE A LONGARM QUILTING MACHINE?


If you’re a quilter, you’ve probably considered buying a longarm quilting machine – either for business or pleasure. At the very least, you’ve wondered what it would be like to own such a cool machine. Would it be a great decision or an expensive mistake?


This book, written by a former longarm business owner and fifth generation quilter, is the “real scoop” on longarm ownership. Written in a humorous manner, “Longing for a Longarm” is packed full of information that will help you decide if a longarm machine will enhance your quilting experience. You’ll learn about the reality of owning a longarm quilting machine, including the amount of space required, the best location for your studio, and how to select the right machine for your needs.


After reading “Longing for a Longarm,” you will know why some quilters give up and abandon their longarms. You’ll understand the physical demands of longarm quilting, as well as challenges longarm quilters face when quilting for customers. You’ll also understand some of the stresses and issues that make longarm machine quilting challenging.


By the end of the book, you will know the pros and cons of longarm ownership, as well as the commitment required to be a successful longarm quilter. You will also have a great list of resources to help you become a better quilter.


My rating: 4 out of 5

2

HOW TO CREATE AN EDITORIAL CALENDAR: SOCIAL MEDIA PLANNING FOR YOUR SMALL BUSINESS


Editorial calendars were once the domain of magazines. This book explains how to use big-magazine methods to help small businesses reduce stress, increase efficiency, and save a whole lot of time in their marketing.
 
This book contains examples of magazine's editorial calendars, combined with specific assignments to help your business create original and effective content that will connect with your readers. By the time you finish reading, you will understand how to use an editorial calendar, plus have hundreds of content ideas and a one-year plan for marketing your business.

My rating: 3.5 out of 5

3

WHAT THE HECK DO I BLOG ABOUT? A CONTENT CREATION COACH SHARES HER SECRETS


Have you always wanted to blog but have no idea what the heck to say? Or are not sure if anyone even wants to hear your thoughts?

 

This book addresses some of the barriers to blogging, explains how to develop a blogger's mindset, and teaches you how to spot plenty of blogging ideas in your own life. The final part of the book contains hundreds of ideas for blog posts.


My rating: 3 out of 5


About Sue Allen Clayton

I've spent my whole life writing ... starting with a novel when I was in first grade. The next year, I got chastised by the librarian for reading adult books instead of staying in the kids' section.

 

As a teen, I believed that it was impossible to earn a living as a writer. So I went the practical route, got a degree in accounting, and continued my education to become an accounting professor. When my husband's job transfer took us from Toronto, Canada to Phoenix, Arizona, I took the opportunity to pursue a career in writing.

 

Because my writer colleagues generally majored in journalism (and were afraid of numbers), I quickly gained a reputation for working well with CEOs and understanding business issues.

 

Writing continues to be a great part of my life. I now focus on sharing information to help solo business owners thrive personally and professionally.

 

 

 

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CONTACT SUE ALLEN CLAYTON

Address: PO Box 1042, Manorville, New York 11949

Email: Sue@SolopreneurAcademy.com

Phone: 631-909-3021