Behind-the-scenes advice for busy solo professionals courtesy of Michael Katz, Blue Penguin Development

earned $177.30.

That’s my profit when somebody buys one of the on-demand products I sell.

It’s not a lot of money; it doesn’t even come close to covering my mortgage.

But it’s found money all the same. Once “the machine” is built for an electronic product, every sale made is effortless, pure profit.

As solos, finding ways – even small ways – to supplement the time we spend “doing the work” helps to ease the financial pressure of working on our own.




Take a look at my list of recommended resources for solo professionals here