Why Would You Want To Be Your Own Boss?
Trust Your Inner Calling
Most (if not all) of the entrepreneurs I know have no interest in working for someone else… regardless of their entrepreneurial success. In the few instances where entrepreneurs I’ve known had to take a job, it didn’t last long. They all found their way back to entrepreneuring.
That taste of entrepreneurial freedom is a special thing. You won’t know it until you taste it, but when you do you don’t want to lose it.
Are You an Entrepreneur at Heart?
So… what do you do now?
That’s the question I hear most often from people right before their personal, life-altering transformation: “What do I do now?” For most, their inclination is to ask others, “What do you think I should do?” Or, “What do you think I’m good at?” Unfortunately, others don’t have the answer you seek.
I was one of forty people sitting around a very large wooden conference table in a very large beige colored conference room. It was an internal room, so there were no windows. No natural light, just that awful, harsh florescent light of industrial ilk. It was called the Executive Conference Room, but it felt like a Soviet era interrogation facility. Not exactly a welcoming space for new ideas.