I’m going to let you in on a little secret – Sundog Software’s steady revenue growth, impressive customer list, and pace of development may lead you to think it’s made up of a lot of people. It’s not – Sundog Software has always had one employee: myself. I rely on contractors and my family from time to time to help out, but Sundog Software is essentially a self-employment endeavor. It’s a pretty good gig; as long as I keep my customers happy, I get to work on my own terms.
I’d like to help others achieve what I have, and so I’ve written a book: Self-Employment: Building an Internet Business of One. It’s available on Kindle for just $2.99, or free if you subscribe to Kindle Unlimited.
In it, I describe how to transition from being a full-time corporate employee to being successfully self-employed. You don’t need to risk the livelihood of your family by making a move like this, and this book shares how I did it without betting the farm in the process. The book talks about crafting your business such that it can grow independently from your own time by focusing on product development, automation, and outsourcing. And, it talks about how to ensure your business continues to grow in the face of changing technologies, economies, and customer needs.
If you’re curious about the story of how Sundog Software came to be, and how maybe you could do something similar yourself – please give it a read! If you find it useful, I’d appreciate if you’d leave a review on Amazon.