Thursday, 26 November 2015

Reasons Why You Should Be Your Own Boss

Reasons Why You Should Be Your
Own Boss

If you have decided that you want to be your own boss, it doesn’t have to remain a dream forever. In fact, with some proper planning on your part,
you can become your own boss in no time. If you want to be your own boss you need to start your own business. Being self-employed may likely seem overwhelming in the beginning, but in the end many people will feel that the benefits far outweigh the costs. So start
brainstorming some business opportunities! While doing that, here are some serious reasons why you should be your own boss:

1. You will be in Charge of Your own Income. This can be seen as a pro or a con at first, but eventually the sky will be your stepping stone as you develop your business. In the beginning, seeking self-
employment might not make you as much as you used to, and you also may have to worry about issues like individual insurance coverage. The
huge advantage is the fact that you keep every dime that you make and your salary is not capped by your employer. Read How To Develop Money Making Ideas

2. You Have All The Control. You get to make all of your decisions, no one else is telling you what to do. This is huge because many people
run into boredom issues at their jobs. If you can choose the business you want, you can also pick
and choose the types of jobs you accept. You do what you want, when you want.

3. You’re Responsible for Your Success. If you’re self-employed you can truly make a difference when you start your own business. This
is because the success of the business lies on your shoulders. When you work for a large, it’s easy to mix in with the rest of
the employees and feel like it doesn’t even matter whether or not you show up to work. While you’ll
still have to work hard when you are self- employed, you really matter because you are your business.

4. You Set Your Own Hours. Setting your own hours is a huge advantage. You know yourself best and you’ll be able to build a schedule that’s
most efficient for you. If you want to work really hard one day, and take a half day the next day, that’s perfectly fine when you’re self-employed.
You can work all night and sleep all day if that’s your personal preference!

5. You’ll Be Challenged. Most people will find that they not only reach a salary cap when they work for someone else, but they also reach a
point where they’re no longer challenged. When you embark on this new journey for yourself, it will
be a risk and it will be a challenge. Also, as you keep gaining experience and income, you will continue to be challenged as you reach higher
and higher levels.

6. You Can’t Be Sacked. This is a great reason in itself. In the self-employment world you can’t get
fired! You can change your mind about certain business opportunities, but that would just be
shifting the focus of your business, you’d never be firing yourself. This takes a certain amount of
burden off your shoulders because you don’t need to worry about someone suddenly taking away
your income just because of cutbacks even if you’re doing a superb job. Remember that there’s always a certain amount of risk associated with making a major change in your life. It’s never easy when it involves income and the future of your family. However, if you
want to be your own boss, you can certainly be so. It may end up opening many doors to better
your financial future. Watch-Out for my bestseller book "Be Your Own Boss,Now" details about the new book will be out soon. Share this post. Think Positive.

Hope Uchemadu
Speaker, Live & Business Coach

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