Waking Up From your Employee Hypnosis, waking up from your passenger hypnosis.

minimum wage work ethicThis article uses a great article as the base by the Note taking nerd… here is the original… site seems down temporarily.

This article is for people who own a business, want a business. The principles of owning a business also apply to owning your life… so you may want to read this article even if you don’t own a business….

I’d say at least 95% of business owners were employees before they started their own business.

If you want to guarantee you fail in business, approach it the same way you’ve approached all the jobs you’ve ever had.

The difference between running a business and being employed is as vast as the difference between being a child and being a parent.

It’s very easy to think you understand what running a business is like because you’ve been employed by one. But if you want a business that makes more money than it spends, you’ve gotta ditch the idea that this is gonna happen with the same paradigm you brought to your jobs.
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The dynamics of getting stuck… Or why isn’t my life getting any better, in spite of all the things I do?

mutually exclusive outcomesWhy and how you got stuck?

  • When you see that acting would make a positive difference, but you don’t act.
  • When you see that if you did what you said you would do, you could… but you don’t do it.
  • When you see that staying angry or right will cost you everything you ever wanted… but being angry or being right is soooo justified…!

What is it that counters you taking that action, when you don’t do what you see would be a good move?
What is winning when you are obviously losing?

Obviously, as always, the answer to those questions is under the hood.

Obviously, because above the hood you are losing. But under the hood, something or someone is winning…
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