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maybe you're not meant for self-employment

Updated: Sep 1, 2023

Not everyone is meant to be self-employed.

Many people will soar in corporate America, love being an educator for the school system, feel connected getting their hands dirty under a car for a mechanic shop.

I’m sure this seems obvious but the reason why I bring this forward is because it’s very important that if you have one foot in and one foot out, you take action to either move forward or not.

Can you move forward with self-employment while working a full or part-time job? ABSOLUTELY.

Can you move forward with self-employment while NOT working a full or part-time job? ABSOLUTELY.

When I left my full-time teaching career, I spent four weeks with no paycheck. It was scary and I felt anxious, but looking back, boy do I feel grateful for the level of uncomfortableness I experienced.

It takes risk and faith to start AND follow through on your Non-Nine-to-Five purpose.

When I think of the hundreds of people I have connected with about supporting them on their self-employment journey, there is ONE type of person that stands out the most to me.

The person who says I am afraid, I am unsure, I am doubtful BUT I know deep down I am meant for this path AND I am willing to take the risk, put in the work, take the actions.

This type of person is actually quite RARE because the majority of those I have connected with, while lovely and wonderful people, just aren’t willing to REALLY move forward. They may say they are ready, say how much they want to, but when it comes down to taking the action, they just won’t do it.

Actions speak louder than words.

Are you ready for self-employment? Do you feel it deep down in your soul? Are you willing to take the risk, have faith, and move forward?

If you are the rare person I mentioned, I have two Clarity Calls remaining on my August calendar for you or someone you know who fits the “rare person” description.

Click here to apply.

Seeing you Successfully Self-Employed,

- Jen


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