Cryptopreneur, Entrepreneur, Solopreneur - What Can Take You Down



Aly's a bit down with one of her particular and individual crypto projects, aside from what we're doing together.

source is not her project, just something to watch and gain some perspective

So I thought about taking the time to write this article today.

The entrepreneur’s path to the top is littered with corpses of folks who simply ran out of energy.
💡 They had a brilliant idea, possessed the chops, started off like gangbusters, then POOF . . . they burned out.🔥
And it’s not surprising when you’re doing “marketing of one.”
It’s one person, one idea, and a million things to do to get and retain customers.

You can be this guy who's multitasking


or her


The most common culprit: It’s the time-sucking, energy-draining, pains in the ol’ keister that will DRAG . . . YOU . . . DOWN.

My belief:
Today’s two words to solve this conundrum are systems and processes.

It doesn’t matter if you’re selling a course or peddling dog treats. There have to be built-in systems and processes that run on autopilot behind the scenes.

I know what you’re thinking . . . this isn’t exactly a major revelation. Everyone knows they need good systems and processes to create a business legacy that lasts.


So let’s get down to brass tacks.

Here’s a super-short list of a few things that should absolutely be automated and systematized in your business to get you headed in the right direction:

Automated, pre-written emails responders to prospects and customers.

A simple Google search will produce a variety of plug-and-play options. Do it once and it’s done. It’s literally a no-brainer.

Systematic marketing outreach strategies.

For example, leveraging LinkedIn connections in a methodical way...and tracking the interactions. There are mountains of free platforms for tracking leads and following up with them! Don’t have time? Hire a VA. We have one for me and one for Aly.

Managing accounts receivable and compiling records for tax time.

There are more financial software packages out there than you can shake a stick at. Do what you do best and forget the rest. So if you’re not an accountant, it’s time to hire one. Your bank account will thank you in the long run.

We could probably go all day adding things to the list. So why not?



Tell me what’s killing your time and sapping your energy. I’ll bet I’ve got a solution, but if I don’t, I’ll find one.

Go, if you wish!

To your success!