Author: James Voigt
Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.
Category: Business & Economics
View: 23132 That nagging voice in your head is probably right. I am not on a crusade to convince everyone to go solo. My crusade is to reach those who want to go solo but are afraid to try to pull it off. Jim Voigt had had the spirit of a solo professional from a young age, starting his first business “Corporate Start-Ups” at the age of 14. After a successful career in sales, Jim turned to law and put his sales skills to work building a strong book of business. But traditional employment never “clicked” and Jim longed for more freedom both financially and personally. His transition to solo practice went well, but he saw other solo professionals struggle. He wanted to help. Going Solo is the result of his research into the struggles and successes of his own career and those professionals he met along his journey. Jim now brings his practical message of the attainability of solo freedom to others who feel trapped in traditional firms or underperforming solo practices.