Many people want to start a business. They look around and see others working for themselves, and they like the idea. Maybe it’s the perceived status, freedom, or even the limitless earning opportunities that come with it. It’s attractive.
The role of the entrepreneur entails a lot more than people see. Most people are only aware of the business and the service the business provides. There’s little thought that goes into the development of said business. And even less about the journey of the individual who built the business. That’s […]
The entrepreneurial lifestyle is portrayed as a high-status position in modern society. The money. The freedom. The luxury. The adventure. It all creates the illusion of happiness. Thus, making the role a heavily sought after one to play.
“Time is against us” We’ve all heard that one before. Maybe felt like we’ve experienced it, too. Things pile up, and with so much to do, it becomes difficult to balance everything.
The dream job. Making tons of money doing what you absolutely love. You’ve probably heard that saying, “Just follow your passion!” It sounds like great advice for someone wondering what they should do with their life.
The entrepreneur’s life. Setting your own schedule and running your business the way YOU want. The idea of taking charge and becoming your own “boss”.
The money. The house. The cars. The luxury. The so-called freedom. All the toys you can play with, and more money than you know what to do with. It sounds nice, right?
You’ll only be happy when… You drive that new car. You live in that big house. You have that athletic body. You’re in a relationship with the perfect spouse. You have a prosperous business. And, when you make tons of money.
Got BIG dreams, but don’t know if you’ll make it? Feel like you’re trapped in your current circumstances? Maybe disappointed with yourself because you can’t find a way out?
Hey, you. Yeah, you. Remember that thing you wanted to do? You know, that thing you promised yourself you’d do. You shared it with someone else, too. Told em’ you’d really like to do it. But… you never did.