Every single person out there reading this is an entrepreneur.
Yes, you. And yes, you, too.
Even if you have no desire to fully and completely work for yourself, you are an entrepreneur.
Because the new economy -- of outsourcing, permalancing and flexibility work schedules -- has created a diverse workforce. A workforce that not only has the ability to create a life and enjoy it, but also to follow their passions inside the office.
Entrepreneurs are a unique breed, in my opinion.
From an early age, I knew I wanted to be the boss but it wasn’t until my 20s that I knew what I meant.
What I couldn’t articulate at 8 was that I wanted to be in control of my time, my choices and my results.
I wanted to be the one to call the shots AND be the one to have to answer for them.
That’s NOT for everyone but for those of us who feel that pull, it can be incredibly rewarding.
Like beyond rewarding.
Life-changing and rewarding.
But it is also one of the most difficult things you’ll do.
\Why? Because you have to show up, be visible and be present 24/7.
That’s not to say that you can’t have downtime or practice self-care, but you do need to constantly be thinking about how you can present yourself, your brand and your business in a way that gets you in front of more people.
You don’t get to do anything passively when you’re an entrepreneur; there’s always a chance to grow, learn and share.