Successful self-employment requires that you be self-disciplined. You take your job seriously as if it were any other job.
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Successful self-employment requires that you be self-disciplined. You take your job seriously as if it were any other job. Instead of answering to someone else, you must answer to yourself. This is a good and bad thing depending on the dynamic. Who doesn’t want to turn their hobby into a lucrative enterprise? The way to do that is to keep your day job while you work at your hobby on the side. If it truly is your hobby, then it won’t feel like a drag to dive into it during off hours. Don’t quit your day job until you know for sure that you are consistently making enough to survive with the incoming money from your hobby. Ask your Spirit team to work with you full time in building your side business into full time work. Know that it may take awhile and could even take years, but if you believe it in enough and enjoy what you do, then eventually results will be forthcoming. Building a business is much like climbing a mountain until you reach the top. It will be a struggle at times, but a challenge that you can overcome with persistence, dedication and passion.
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Posted on October 13, 2015, in Empowerment, Kevin Hunter, Kevin Hunter Author Writer, Spirituality, Spirituality For Men and tagged Discipline, Empowerment, Successful Self Employment. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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