Career & Life Choices: job vs. self-employed vs. business owner – 1 of 3
- Ever thought about going into business for yourself, and wondered if you are the “right type”?
- What are the differences between being self-employed and business ownership?
- How do you reduce the risks of being self-employed, on commission, or starting a business?
1. Are you the right type to be in business for yourself?
Whether you are fresh out of high school with “fire in the belly” to build an empire, or mid career, out of a job and looking for an alternative to a job search that isn’t going anywhere, being in business for yourself will be easier with self-awareness of what you are “good” at, and best suited for.
One of the most interesting approaches to developing self awareness and understanding how you fit is offered by Roger Hamilton’s XL Wealth Dynamics.
Each of us has a path of least resistance that is based on our natural habits and talents – the ones we were born with. If we are not on our path, life can be a struggle. When we follow our path – and begin to play the game that we most naturally play, we begin to excel. We also find we are doing what we love. These are the eight wealth profiles.
The message is not about whether you should be in business, but discovering what role, or wealth profile you are best suited for in order to be successful.
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