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6 Reasons To Go Global Part 5: Being Your Own Boss

I’ve had my share of working for LARGE organizations: banks, prestigious law firms, and for a respected University. One thing they all had in common was a lot of paperwork, politics, and an intricately woven web of rules that keep the system running. Just as with government, all these rules and regulations help to keep things moving as s-l-o-w-l-y as possible so that nothing radical happens.

I’m going to repeat that. Nothing radical happens.

There’s nothing nimble, deft, dextrous, adriot, or even a little speedy or responsive going on because it’s a large organization that needs to deliberate long and hard before making sweeping changes. I get it.

But if you’re like me at all, you can’t stand the feeling of having your hands tied when inspiration arrives and the answer right there is at your fingertips. You love being able to experiment, to create, to breathe life into something brand new in hopes that it will grow into something special.

seedlings 6 reasons to go global Personal AgencyMore reasons Being Your Own Boss enables you to thrive:

  • You get to work no matter your age,  sexual orientation, family situation (every tried to get a job while pregnant?), spiritual leanings, or marital status.
  • You get to follow your heart and sell or serve however it pleases you at this time.
  • You get to vacation exactly whenever you please.
  • You experience family time just the way you want it.

Hack Back

Many powerful organizations fear a truth-teller. They work hard to avoid being confronted by an individual who sees the world as it is and by a person who cares enough to change things.

Most of all, they have no plan for dealing with someone motivated enough to walk up the broken escalator.


Seth Godin

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6 Reasons To Go Global Part #1? It’s all about the money, honey. Click here if you want to catch up.

6 Reasons To Go Global Part #2: Location, Location, Location! Click here if you want to catch up.

6 Reasons To Go Global Part #3: Flexible Hours. Click here if you want to catch up.

6 Reasons To Go Global Part #4: Online Community Turbo Charges Your Success. Click here if you want to catch up.

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