5 Reasons To Become An Entrepreneur
My main goal with this blog is to inspire you to take action and to become entrepreneurs. So I’ll introduce you 5 reasons why, for me, it is imperative that you leave your employee job!
It is true that it may be hard to imagine for some to start leaving all the “advantages” of an employee. Having your own business can be a major cause of stress, giving a workload and much greater responsibility for a single employee, and especially the risk of ending up with nothing!
Despite this nightmarish vision of entrepreneurship, starting a business is especially a rewarding experience that can bring a lot to those who manage to go!
5 reasons to become an entrepreneur
1 – The Entrepreneur is his Own
When we began to launch its business it is true that this can create great pressure and many responsibilities that can be heavy to bear. But the fact of not having a leader means that you make your own decisions, which will motivate you in your work, giving you confidence in you and make you proud of the projects you have done.
But working for a leader is also spend 35 hours a week working for her dream rather than making your own.
2 – The Contractor is Free
As an entrepreneur, you have the freedom to do whatever you want to run your business. You can choose to adopt the business strategy, create products you want, create a brand associated with a domain that attracts you (Ecology, Made in France, technology etc ..).
But this freedom is also geographically. If you want to become a web entrepreneur, for example, simply to have a computer and a mobile phone to work from anywhere in the world. Who never wanted to leave at the end of the world on a whim? Today, with the internet, it is quite possible to go to the other end of the world and stay in touch with your customers or employees. So you can work a few hours a day in the sun and then enjoy the pool.
3 – The Contractor Noted Many Challenges
The simple fact of being an entrepreneur is already a challenge in itself. The first goal that you squeeze faced is to live your business. Once you reach that goal you can create challenges increasingly complicated and difficult to achieve. Winning its first million sales, hire an employee or become inescapable on your industry.
4 – The Contractor Realizes things that Make Sense
This is far from the most important to me. I wish I can get up every morning telling me that what I will do in the day to make sense to me. And you?
Ask yourself if, when you reach retirement age, you want to look back and say, “What I have done? Nothing …”. I think it’s better to regret doing something than to regret having done nothing.
5 – The Entrepreneur Making Money (or not)
It is much more difficult to be really objective about this. An entrepreneur can win BIG money when it is good at what he does. But in reality, in the early years of your life as an entrepreneur you may work very hard to have insufficient income to live well. But if you believe in what you do, once the machine is launched your income to increase by exponential ways. This should allow you to reduce your workload while maintaining a relatively high standard of living.
If we take the example of real estate. When making rental investment it will be that the property is paid in full to start shooting passive income from this property. It will have you reported anything for 20 years and it is after this period that you tighten rewarded those years devote your time and money..
This Article is Written by Aashish Sharma is an Internet Research Analyst and an aspiring social media marketer. He possesses hands-on experience in optimizing and promoting websites on leading search engines and web media. His passion is to keep updated with what masters of the internet such as Google, Yahoo, Twitter, Facebook etc. are up to to innovate & deliver. At EntrepreneurYork, he aims to be a part of most active online community and most widely-read blogs on the web, covering the insights of disciplined entrepreneurship that will help in preparing the leaders of tomorrow.