If you’re a solopreneur like I am, you may long for a partner to help you achieve business success faster. Creating a business partnership has advantages. It can help you bridge the gap in expertise and knowledge that you may be lacking. A partner might provide a cash infusion that the business needs. And a partner can bring new opportunities to the business that you wouldn’t necessarily find on your own.
There are risks to having a partnership. Now you’ve got someone else invested in the business who may not always see things your way. There’s a greater chance of conflict and instability in a partnership. That’s why many solopreneurs opt to build a team of people instead.
You can hire virtual assistants to manage things like social media, copywriting, accounting, etc. It’s easier to grow when you have people doing the things you don’t like to do, or the things that are too time-consuming when you should be engaging in revenue generating activities.