Our goal at The Solopreneur Hustle is to empower women of color to take the hustle out of building a business.
We connect powerful women to the resources, strategies, and platforms they need to build thriving, sustainable businesses. We’re committed to redefining how women generate wealth, so we can create meaningful lives of freedom and impact.
Founder, Nia Lewis, began her solopreneur journey like most entrepreneurs. She worked relentlessly to build a business that was profitable and meaningful, but found herself drowning in her business without a lifejacket; hustling 24/7 just to stay afloat. She knew there had to be a better way to build a business.
She adjusted her sails and developed systems that allowed her to simultaneously create more income and freedom. She’s now a passionate advocate for women-owned businesses and the solopreneurial experience. Her mission is to connect solopreneurs across the globe to resources that promote growth, freedom, and business longevity.
Let’s go further, together!
CREATOR AND HOST
WHAT WE PREACH
WHAT WE BELIEVE. WHAT WE PROMOTE. WHAT WE STAND FOR.
There are 3 principles that guide everything we share about SOLOPRENEURSHIP
I’m tired of seeing thriving businesses bite the dust because they're not built to last. Have you ever seen one of your favorite neighborhood businesses close its doors because the owner got sick, or passed away, or couldn't run the business anymore for whatever reason? If more businesses in our communities implemented sustainable business practices, more companies could be passed down generation to generation. In order for entrepreneurship to create generational wealth, we have to implement sustainable business practices. I’m passionate about empowering boss women to build companies that can survive long-term.
2. STRATEGIC GROWTH
Many boss women fall into the trap of hustling, for decades, to maintain the business they have, rather than hustling to grow and scale. I empower solopreneurs to build businesses designed for growth.
For a long time I thought I had to be everything my business needed. Now I know my business needs only my strengths. Being tired and overwhelmed isn’t cute. I’m committed to reframing what it means to build a team, showing solopreneurs that even when you’re a business of one, you should be using your strengths to work on things that best serve your business. Business growth happens at the sweet spot between implementing the right systems and hiring the right team.