Should I Work for Myself?

By: Miriam Reiss 3 years ago

Entrepreneurship can provide levels of freedom, opportunity and financial reward that companies typically don’t offer. Starting your own business also takes high levels of energy, accountability, responsibility, drive, commitment, determination, patience, courage and resilience. The good news is that more of us than ever before are choosing to start our own businesses, and there’s lots of support and resources available. Most new business owners don’t anticipate and plan for the mental, emotional, physical and financial outlay that’s involved in starting a business or how it will actually take to launch that business and be successful. Self-sufficiency means you’ll be reinventing the wheel, a costly and time-consuming process. Finding a coach who knows the entrepreneurial ropes is the way to go.

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