(PRWEB) June 23, 2005
In many industries competitors are fierce rivals, determined not to let the opponent see their secrets to success. Both fight for the same goal, both target the same audience and both try to be more successful than the other in the ÂwarÂ against the ÂenemyÂ. In stark contrast is the way successful solo entrepreneurs operate. A shining example is Solo-E.com and the Solopreneur Zone, two solo businesses that in turn serve the solo entrepreneur market: those that consider themselves to be self-employed, freelancers, or home-based business owners. Both companies are passionate about serving solo entrepreneurs and provide affordable guidance for individuals seeking the priceless combination of success, financial freedom and flexibility.
Uniting the two companies is the 10,000 Solopreneurs Project (http://www.solo-e.com) a unique project launched by Dawn Nichol, Chief Visionary of the Solopreneur Zone, designed to document and share the success stories of 10,000 solo entrepreneurs.
The project is also a venue for solo entrepreneurs to connect and network with others, impart their wisdom about what has worked for them, and share valuable strategies and resources with each other. For a flat fee of $29 participants become a lifetime member of this project and get access not only to all of the wisdom to be shared, but also to a growing array of bonuses offered by various champions of the project (including a complimentary membership in Solo-E.com). The 10,000 Solopreneurs Project has the potential to impact solo entrepreneurs world-wide, enhancing their business savvy and creativity and improving the success rate of solo entrepreneurs en masse.
When Terri Zwierzynski, CEI of Solo-E.com, learned that Ms. Nichol was launching the 10,000 Solopreneurs Project, her first thought was Âdarn, why didnÂt we think of that!Â Zwierzynski knew instinctively that much could be learned from hearing other peopleÂs stories - and that Nichol was going to break some new ground for solo entrepreneurs. Her second thought was Âwhy donÂt we collaborate?Â So she contacted Nichol and a collaboration was born. Zwierzynski says: ÂWhat a great opportunity to mingle with other like-minded individuals, to hear what they are trying, what is working and not working for them, what inspires them and what challenges them. I can't wait to get the conversation rolling!"
Zwierzynski and Nichol arenÂt the only ones excited about this project. Many well-known solo entrepreneurs are announcing their support, such as Michael Port, Author of ÂBook Yourself SolidÂ and leader of the Think Big Revolution and C.J. Hayden, author of ÂGet Clients NowÂ.
The 10,000 Solopreneurs Project started June 15, 2005 and both companies are unbridled in their passion and dedication to this project. To sign up for the project and connect with 9,999 entrepreneurs, or for more information about Solo-E.com visit: http://www.solo-e.com.
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