Nicole Clark’s 5 Part Series on Solopreneurship
In the earlier days of my writing here at Notes from an Aspiring Humanitarian I wrote about how I wish I’d learned more about the skills required for entrepreneurship while pursuing my degrees in Social Work.
I later published a follow-up post that carried over from conversations on LinkedIn where other Social Work professionals weighed in on some things that they wish they would have learned while in school.
For folks who might be interested in getting into consulting, and using your passion and skills to work for social justice in an entrepreneurial way, I want to share these links with you by Nicole Clark. Nicole is a Reproductive Justice activist, licensed social worker, and owner of Nicole Clark Consulting.
Nicole is one of the many people I would not have had a chance to learn about had I not started blogging. One of the things I appreciate about her the most is her willingness to make her experiences accessible to folks who might wish to follow her path, or chart out their own journey.
She has published a five-part series on Solopreneurship, and I want to share the links here as a resource.
Part 1: Mindset
Part 2: Tools & Processes
Part 3: Be Multipassionate
Part 4: Build Community
Part 5: Work/Life Balance
From Aspiring Humanitarian, Relando Thompkins-Jones