You’ve waited long enough, played it safe and played by their rules.
Now’s your turn.
Now is the time to do what’s important to you, while there still is time.
Yes, there have always been people running their own businesses.
However, in the past, the majority of people in the work force have worked for somebody else… a big company, government or a small business.
How about you? Have you always or for the majority of time worked for some else?
And while working for this “someone else”, did you toy with the idea of starting your own business?
Have you been drawn to the promise of writing your own rules and dancing to the beat of your own drum?
Many boomers have…
But here’s the thing – most did nothing about it.
It was just a dream!
Did you have that dream? Your dream of starting your own business, of doing your own thing. A dream of being in charge of your own life and destiny, away from the “boss” telling you what, how and when to do…
Starting your own business will free you from the typical 9 to 5 shackles.
It will free you to:
- Set your own work hours
- Eliminate your commute
- Choose your work environment
- Decide who to work with
- Decide what to focus on
- Choose how to grow your business
- Decide how much/little to work
- Decide how much/little to generate in income
But wait a minute; I don’t want to mislead you here.
While freeing you from many “job-related” headaches, starting your own business does not come without its own challenges and obstacles.Starting your own business challenges you to:
Get clarity on want you want
- Get Clarity on what you want
- Develop your ability to focus – like a laser
- Increase your ability to work independently (without being told what to do)
- Learn how to make your own decisions
- Develop and commit to your own work routine
- Create your own marketing campaigns
- Decide how to grow and develop your business
- And much, much more…
Starting and running your own business is not a free ride!
As a matter of fact it is a lot of work and it will take your blood, sweat and tears (at least some of it).
It will take time to build your business and to keep it going.
It will take time and effort to work on your business and to grow it.
But then again, anything worthwhile doing takes time, effort and devotion, doesn’t it?
And let me tell you, that’s Ok; at least for me.
Investing my time, effort and focus in my business certainly has been worth it to me.