checklist: the five best ideas for winning the tech wars.
solo practitioners enjoy certain privileges. they can set their own hours, pick their clients, work at their own pace, dress in office grunge, nap at will and take their dogs to work.
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but when it comes to tech, solos can be challenged. they may know accountancy and their clientele better than anybody in town, but when it comes to tech, they don’t know
- what’s out there,
- what’s coming down the techno-pike,
- how to use new apps and
- whether the latest stuff is worth paying for.