“Strive for perfection in everything you do. Take the best that exists and make it better. When it does not exist, design it.” This is what Sir Henry Royce said, and no more important than for our Malaga foreign Solopreneur Business owners.
Moving to Spain and finding work with an established business can be tough, especially if Spanish isn’t your first language. Many of the foreign residents in the Malaga province have discovered that going solo, or becoming a solopreneur is the only option. The desire to create something new, or “make it better” has won the day. Resilience and the ability to quickly adapt to change, go hand-in-hand with life of any expat and have to be two of the skills you need to survive and thrive as a solo business owner in Spain.
Joanna Styles, creator of Guide to Malaga APP believes the “big advantage of being a solopreneur is that you get to decide everything and are always your own boss. However, this has a disadvantage too because you’re responsible for everything – the buck starts and ends with you.”
*source: Typicalnonspanish.com / photo credit: Cristina Paraschiv
Read full article here: http://www.typicalnonspanish.com/2016/05/11/life-as-a-solopreneur-in-malaga/