Since I graduated college, I’ve been running my own business.
My only experience working a job was an internship at the corporate office of a grocery chain.
I excelled at it. I have the discipline to be a good employee if I need to be, but I can’t wrap my mind around putting my effort in to help someone else make money.
Increased effort should mean increased reward—and that reward should go right into my pocket.
That doesn’t mean you can’t run your own business while working for someone else.
In fact, this is how I suggest most of my coaching clients start off.
Get validation for your products or services, start to see cash flow, and then quit.
Great advice from @business2success
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