From the first day of life, you get into the labor you have had a choice. And that choice has always been to either work or buy a job. You probably have not seen it that way, but stand back and think about it now. If you continue your education, prepare for work. You can call it a career, if you want, but in simple terms, it was a job, whether it was the president of a major manufacturing company, the local bank or a leading position on Wall Street. You have still had a job with a employer. Your other choice has always been to buy yourself a job. By this statement I refer to either becoming an entrepreneur or buying yourself a business. Which in turn means that you have bought yourself a job.
Some people are made to work and work for someone or any company and do very well and are very happy or content in that position. Others will be restless in the work of someone else and feel they have to make their own rules and have more control over their workplace. Because we only have one of the other choices in the question of how we spend our time, you would think it would be a fairly simple decision, would not you? Well sometimes it is, but here is the clincher to this situation.
People change. Change is the only constant we truly have in our lives. You can join the same partner for 50 years and you may be in the same company or job in the same industry for several years, but the only thing that is constant in all of this is change. People change, industries change, families change, economies change. Everything changes. And that's where the confusion and anxiety comes from. That's when the change happens and we do not know how to react to it. Plus, much of the time changes has a tendency to sneak on us and before we know. We need to change. And then we are in reactionary mode instead of being in responsive mode, therefore, we create the anxiety and discomfort that comes with change.
They change emotions that can occur in the same ones that can come in many different forms and have many different reactions to themselves, but the one I want to address here is the one about whether you get a job or buy yourself a job.
Bought or started a business is an area in which I own since I have had 35 different companies that I bought or started and certainly made more mistakes in a short period of time that I was buying, starting and selling business than they Most People could make in their lifetime, therefore enable me to write and comment on this subject for your benefit.
In the current economic climate, we have had a large number of people who had worked and had work and their work was eliminated and they are looking for another job. A commendable quality for them. But the chances of finding another job are probably quite thin, especially if they are looking to be in the same field they were in, with the same amount in salary and in the same geographic area as they were before. If my old science teacher used to say. "It is very possible, but not so likely," that they will find such a position. So what are their choices? Back to what I mentioned earlier. Either they go out and find a different job or buy themselves a job.
Since I'm a qualified expert to buy them, you have a job that you need to consider and review the 11 different points I've listed below. These are short but substantive questions that you should address if you are going to be self-driving and work happily and successfully on it. Not following the listed information could determine you financial failure and the cause of your personal unhappiness.
Take your time and study each of the listed areas of life and business. I have described and then move forward.
I have not gone into great detail as to all of the ins and outs and intricacies of operating a business. There are plenty of books on that subject for ever particular business that is available. What I want to address and for you to think about is whether you want or have qualities to be the one who buys a job or not. The final decision that you must do, but by following the stated points I have made. It's a very good chance that you're actually making the right decision for you and your family and your future happiness, which is what it's all about.