Balancing a lifestyle business — and trying to grow it — can be tricky, when you’re not willing to give up your lifestyle for that growth. There are ways to grow your business without giving up the lifestyle you began it all for, right? Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Nate Wright. Nate is a WordPress developer and solopreneur. He runs Theme of The Crop, a niche WordPress theme company geared toward restaurant websites. You can learn more about Nate on his Post Status profile and follow him on Twitter. Here’s a scenario you’re probably familiar with: a friend or family member, not terribly tech-savvy, approaches you with an idea. Why don’t you build Facebook for clowns? What about Uber for sandwiches? Their ideas are often a little better than these. Sometimes they’re worse. But in my case the conversation always gets to the same point in the end. You can build stuff on the internet. Why aren’t you shooting for the stars? Don’t you want to be rich like Zuckerberg? Right now some of you may be thinking: yes I do! This post isn’t for you. This is for those of you who cringe at the thought of your days filling up with
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