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It's all about freedom--no excuses! That’s the tagline of Success in Sweatpants, the coaching practice of Trish Lambert. That tagline and that practice name pretty much sum up what Trish is up to, which is helping solo service providers get wildly successful without leaving home. Trish offers a weekly variety of tips, insights and commentary -- all focused on helping solo home business owners get farther faster...without changing out of their sweatpants! This is meant to be a "take along" show...that is, a quick download to your computer or MP3 player so you can listen while you work out, drive, or whatever you do in your day! Links to the sites, resources, and people Trish covers on the show can be found on her site at http://successinsweatpants.net/radio/.

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The fourth pitfall of solo home business ownership is probably the biggest one to avoid: OVERTRAINING. Becoming a solo home business owner, and achieving the goals that made us decide to go that route, can be pretty overwhelming.... more

The third “O” of four solo home business pitfalls is about OVERCOMPLICATING. When we start our own businesses, we often look to models we are familiar with to design our operations. For many of us, those models come from... more

The second episode focusing on four of the biggest errors of solo home business ownership focuses on OVERPLANNING. We are told that we need a business plan, five-year goals, and a vision for our businesses. This is all true…sort of.... more

This is the first episode covering four of the biggest pitfalls of solo home business ownership. This go around it’s about OVERSPENDING. What do you really need to operate your business? No, really. It can be very easy to spend more than... more

Does your offering catalog allow different buyers to begin doing business with you at different price points? In other words, does your target market have a low risk (in their perception) way to engage you the first time? Many of us don't. We... more

When you are a solopreneur, you have a built in brand: YOU. Every aspect of your business that faces and talks to your market is a reflection of you. So how are you doing with being your own brand? We will talk about how you express... more

Twitter can be a brain sprainer for many solo home business owners. Between sharing stupid stuff ("who cares what I had for breakfast?") and ending up being a never ending commercial ("Want more clients? Go to http://is.gd/anotherpitch"),... more

"Free" has become an essential part of being a solopreneur these days. On the consumer side, we have access to a vast array of free tools and resources that can have a big positive impact on our businesses. On the sales and marketing... more

Can't do business without a website these days. But having on online presence is one thing; having an online presence that really works for you is something else entirely. Trish has traveled a bumpy, expensive road when it comes to having a... more

How appreciative are you of those arouond you? We hear a lot about appreciating our customers, but saying "Thank you!" doesn't stop with the people who buy from us. Where would we be without the various contractors who help us with our... more
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