You don’t need anyone to tell you the economy stinks. Everyone is just hanging on, hoping it gets better.
That’s not how it works.
Picture This Scene
Walking along a mountain path, you slip — and go right over the edge. Your hired guide grabs your hand. Whew! Safety.
Then, he starts to slip.
Look into his eyes. Imagine it. This is no lifelong friend, no loved one, no trusted ally. Your only relationship is money.
When he starts to slip, would you rather be hanging from his hand, or hanging onto something with your own?
Why I Wrote This Book
Despite the fact that I’m a bit of a control freak, it took me over 25 years to learn the lesson that working for myself carries less risk and more reward than working for anyone else.
I want you to learn that lesson without waiting 25 years.
What It’s About
I contend that self-employment is preferable to having a job because the more control we assume over our finances, the lower our risk and greater our reward.
In my utopian dream everyone takes responsibility for themselves as an entrepreneur, freelancer, contractor. No one has all their money eggs in a single basket.
For now, rather than fostering a movement, let’s talk about you, shall we?