Not everyone fits in the corporate world.

That doesn’t make you a bad person.

You are a solopreneur if you manage, organize, take the risks and bask in the profits your business generates all by yourself. Click To TweetMagdalene Kamau
Magdalene: Advocate for inborn talents in Africa

Like a freelance writer, graphic designer, podcaster, web designer, Airbnb Host, Photographer, YouTuber, Language instructor, Yoga teacher, Baker or one of the many others.

I am one of them. A freelance writer by love, devotion and dominance. The silent-scream side of my life.

My extroverted genes however serve the Team building coach, Motivational speaker and Business mentor versions of me.

My book, “I Hate Me” explains how on earth I balance all that. And still do it solo.

Some Other Books By Me

Welcome to the world of Solopreneuring.

This could be the reason why I didn’t wear corporate shoes for long. I tried. But got miserable.

I bet you know someone like me. A solopreneur. Some by choice. Others because it was the only way to earn their cheese. Thanks to the challenging job market. And the growing demand for ‘experience’.

If your business ingredients feel the same way, you are one of us.

While the articles in these blog target solopreneurs, if you ever decide to cross over, take with you the wisdom. I am sure it will work there as well.

You Are An Army of One!

My call here however is to fuel your dream of starting and running a profitable business. To remind you that you are not alone in this. And whether you choose to serve your community with your inborn gifts and talents, or something you learnt in school, you can succeed with solopreneurship.

I challenge you to dive into solopreneurship before ever considering a partnership or anything else. Prove yourself first. And if you must get a partner, let them find you already minting cash. It will rocket your value beyond infinity!

The Solopreneurship Battlefield

You can start from home, or by the roadside depending on the laws of your country. Then move to a rental office when your financial muscles build up. But you can also turn a corner of your house into an office and work from home. Like me. It doesn’t matter. I just want you to start, work, and keep that business going.

And if that business threatens you with loneliness, tweet me or link me up and let’s have some e-coffee over the issue. All I want is to see you rise from that cold spot and set up your business. Because you have everything you need to make that happen.

You are a solopreneur! You are strong! You can do this!

Lotsa’ Luv!


Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might!

Ecc. 9:10 (part) Holy Bible