Someone got fired the other day. He’s done. He can start over, fresh, somewhere else.
Someone quit the other day. He’s done. He can start over, fresh, somewhere else.
Someone retired the other day. He’s done. He can start over, fresh, if he wants to.
Someone died the other day. He’s done.
Someone started a new business the other day. He can’t quit. He won’t get fired. He’ll never be done. He can’t leave the unfinished work behind, he can’t walk out on his ideas, can’t abandon what is ‘on the go’ without great pain and/or cost.
Therefore, being employed in your own business means you will have work forever, you won’t get fired, you can’t retire, you won’t die – and you can never quit.
Every he, every she, can start something new – nothing to do with age or gender. It’s purpose, intent, trajectory – ‘who you are’ which determines path, determines how far you get …
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