Today we needed a flyer to promote our church’s community outreach event. The event was coined with the name “C.O.B.” for Community Outreach Barbecue. This barbecue was to take place this Saturday at high noon so there was no time to spare.

WE NEEDED A FLYER TODAY, NOT TOMORROW.
WE NEEDED A FLYER ASAP! 

THE MONEY WASN’T THE ISSUE, THE TIMING WAS.

CRUNCH TIME!

With humility, I can confidently say that I am an entrepreneur. I AM ENTREPRENEUR with a strong network of skilled specialists. I have been graced with the ability to effectively use my network. My network is my RESOURCE BANK better known as “HUMAN CAPITAL.” I have made countless deposits into my HUMAN RESOURCE BANK which allows me to make a countless number of withdraws.

Remember: A solopreneur is as an ENTREPRENEUR who works alone, “solo,” running their business SINGLE-HANDEDLY. They do the administrative tasks, marketing, customer service and service delivery typically by themselves. ~ Urban Dictionary.com

A Jack or Jane of all trades, and a master of none.

I am an entrepreneur because I work systematically, and I don’t mind staying in my lane. I use every resource available in efforts to accomplish my goal or desired outcome.

The Desire Outcome: A FLYER

So… 

This idea strikes me: One of my students is excellent at doing flyers, powerpoint presentations, and graphic design. She is phenomenal at what she does, and what she does comes naturally.

How can I pay her for her services?

Hmm…

Idea #1: I can offer her community services hours in exchange for her services.

Idea #2: I can also provide her with a recommendation in exchange for her services.

Idea #3: When I share this experience with my network, I can attach the flyer she created and this can be free marketing for her and her business.

All these ideas can result in more opportunities for her to make some money.

Attached is the end result. 

Check it out…

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