Solopreneur smarts about how you manage the performance factors you encounter – money, time, effort, productivity, overwhelm, and risk. All this has to find balance with the rest of your personal and family life; otherwise, being in business and performing well would be of no happiness. Many solopreneurs seem to juggle all these things in their lives very well – perhaps not at the beginning of their businesses. Still, as they get along, they create workflows and patterns that get established and comfortable, The itch to do everything that strikes your mind falls away. In its place comes a knowledge of your limitations and how to pace and manage yourself. We’ve packed many tips for you here from those who are handling themselves with fair aplomb.