Freedom Brings Responsibility

Working for themselves and not others lead Entrepreneurs to start their own businesses.

Entrepreneur magazine states that people who work for themselves are happier because of the freedom that working  for one’s self permits. So valuable is the opportunity to be one’s own boss that  studies show you have to pay people twice as much to get them to work for others and still have the same level of job satisfaction as being self-employed.

Being your own boss will definitely grant you freedom, but be aware that it comes with serious responsibilities. There is no one else to take responsibility of and for your company and its stakeholders except you.

Self discipline is critical as someone else is not telling you what to do each day – you need to set you own agenda. Setting an example of leadership for the organization is your responsibility – there is nobody else above you. If you consistently play hooky, how can you expect your people to work?

Freedom is great, but make sure you learn to be a responsible “boss” for yourself!

Ravi Patel

www.patelCFOservices.com

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Entrepreneurs Being Their Own Boss

Entrepreneurs often start businesses as they want to work for themselves and not for others. They want themselves as their own boss.

Entrepreneur magazine reports that people who work for themselves are happier because of the freedom that working  for one’s self permits. So valuable is the opportunity to be one’s own boss that studies show you have to pay people twice as much to get them to work for others and still have the same level of job satisfaction as being self-employed.

Being your own boss will grant you freedom, but it does come with serious responsibilities. No one else is there to take responsibility of your company and its stakeholders other than you.

Self discipline is paramount as someone else is not telling you what to do each day – you need to set you own agenda. Setting an example of leadership for the organization is your responsibility – there is nobody else above you. If you consistently play hookey, how can you expect your people to work?

Freedom is great, but make sure you learn to be a responsible “boss” for yourself!

Ravi Patel

www.patelCFOservices.com

Published in: on January 26, 2016 at 4:36 am  Leave a Comment  
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Entrepreneurial Freedom Comes With Responsibility

Entrepreneurs often start businesses as they want the freedom that comes with working for themselves and not for others.

Entrepreneur magazine states that people who work for themselves are happier because of the freedom that working  for one’s self permits. So valuable is the opportunity to be one’s own boss that  studies show you have to pay people twice as much to get them to work for others and still have the same level of job satisfaction as being self-employed.

Being your own boss will grant you freedom, but it does come with serious responsibilities. No one else is there to take responsibility of your company and its stakeholders other than you.

Self discipline is paramount as someone else is not telling you what to do each day – you need to set you own agenda. Setting an example of leadership for the organization is your responsibility – there is nobody else above you. If you consistently play hookey, how can you expect your people to work?

Freedom is great, but make sure you learn to be a responsible “boss” for yourself!

Ravi Patel

www.patelCFOservices.com

Published in: on June 23, 2015 at 4:15 am  Leave a Comment  
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Being Your Own Boss

Entrepreneurs often start businesses as they want to work for themselves and not for others.

Entrepreneur magazine states that people who work for themselves are happier because of the freedom that working  for one’s self permits. So valuable is the opportunity to be one’s own boss that  studies show you have to pay people twice as much to get them to work for others and still have the same level of job satisfaction as being self-employed.

Being your own boss will grant you freedom, but it does come with serious responsibilities. No one else is there to take responsibility of your company and its stakeholders other than you.

Self discipline is paramount as someone else is not telling you what to do each day – you need to set you own agenda. Setting an example of leadership for the organization is your responsibility – there is nobody else above you. If you consistently play hookey, how can you expect your people to work?

Freedom is great, but make sure you learn to be a responsible “boss” for yourself!

Ravi Patel

www.patelCFOservices.com

Published in: on August 27, 2013 at 5:01 am  Leave a Comment  
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