Soloing is a term I first came across in Harriet Rubin's book Soloing. Quite simply soloing means working for yourself - not owning a small business with a few employees, not being a contractor but working on your own as a one person company. I can relate to it - I am a soloist. I've added it as a new category as I find more and more people doing it or wanting to go alone. There are not too many documents on this site that relate to this category yet - but I expect it to grow.
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BookCreating You & Co (Oct 1997) by William Bridges
Learn to Think Like the Ceo of Your Own Career
Float You (Jul 2001) by Mick Cope, Carmel McConnell
How to Capitalize on Your Talent
Jobshift (1995) by William Bridges
How to Prosper in a Workplace without Jobs
Lead Yourself (Sep 2002) by Mick Cope
Be Where Others Will Follow
Leading the Revolution (2000) by Gary Hamel
Portfolio People (1997) by Max Comfort
How to Create a Workstyle as Individual as You Are
Soloing (1999) by Harriet Rubin
Reaching Life's Everest
The Brand You 50 (1999) by Tom Peters
Fifty ways to Transform Yourself from an "Employee" into a Brand that Shouts Distinction, Commitment, and Passion!
The Professional Service Firm 50 (1999) by Tom Peters
Fifty Ways to Transform your "Department" into a Professional Service Firm whose Trademarks are Passion and Innovation!
The Project 50 (1999) by Tom Peters
Fifty Ways to Transform every "Task" into a Project that Matters!
CategorySoloing [15 items]
Working for yourself!
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