Benefits of Entrepreneurship Over Employment

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Even though most people with “normal” jobs want to know what it’s like to be their boss, any sensible person must recognize that self-employment is likely fraught with difficulties. Not everyone has “what it takes” to start and run a successful business, but if you believe you are creative, persistent, and resourceful enough to make a decent livelihood as the CEO of your firm, consider the following benefits of being your boss over working for someone else:

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Flexible working hours:

The freedom to pick when you want to work is one of the most tempting sorts of control that an entrepreneur enjoys. Working erratic hours and failing to stick to a set work schedule, on the other hand, is a surefire method to sabotage your company’s success. Be realistic and don’t take too many holidays. Otherwise, your progress will suffer. Remember that balancing work and life is important for becoming a successful business owner.

Higher level of satisfaction:

When you perform a good job as an employee, you might get an “employee of the month” certificate. But, unfortunately, this minor pay raise only marginally boosts your hourly rate or even simply a simple “pat on the back” from superiors during a company meeting. When you continuously perform effectively as a self-employed business owner, however, your entire company benefits, your income progressively improves, and you feel a far larger feeling of satisfaction and fulfillment as a result.

Developing a particular attitude:

If a self-employed individual wants to create enough revenue to meet personal and company financial commitments, he or she must acquire certain habits and tendencies. You are the only person standing in the way of your success as your boss. Long-term business owners and operators develop timeliness, diplomacy, reliability, diligence, and frugality. You’re never compelled to embrace such attributes as an employee of another company because you don’t have the same level of responsibility as a self-employed person.

Increased Motivation:

Things might get a little boring when you go to work every day and do the same activities for a predetermined pay or compensation. However, the degree of spontaneity involved in running a business on your own allows for a lot more excitement and passion. They are also more self-assured and have greater general morale due to their financial freedom.

Self-employment retirement:

Last but not least, self-employment retirement plans allow you to save more for retirement since you can make bigger annual contributions to your solo account than you could with an employer-sponsored retirement plan. Self-employment gives you additional options to create the type of money needed to pay an early retirement, in addition to allowing you to contribute more to your retirement account each year.

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Allie Mansour

Allie Mansour is a project management consultant who is focused on project, program, portfolio and change management that provides clients with resources to deliver their business transformation initiatives.

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