Entrepreneurship isn't for everyone, but then again neither is working for someone else all your life.
The difference is everything.
It's just like where you live.
Do you want to rent a place and pay somebody else's mortgage,
or would you rather pay a mortgage yourself for a place that will be yours,
to sell, to renovate, or to hand down to your kids?
If you're working a job for someone else's company, you're essentially renting a living.
The "rent" you pay is your hard work, your effort, your expertise, and most importantly your time;
and the "house" you get is a pay check.
The problem is, you never truly own the fruits of your labour.
Everything you've been building and working on still belongs to somebody else.
You're still not in control. You are still told what to do and when to do it.
And you're still exchanging your time for money.
There is nothing wrong with having a job you absolutely love and are passionate about doing.
A job where you wake up every morning and *don't* want to pull the sheets back up.
A job where your mind never wanders to all the other things you'd rather be doing in that moment.
A job that doesn't dictate your vacation schedule, or your income.
The sad reality however,
is that most people don't have such a job.
Most people tolerate their job, rather than love it.
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