When someone doesn’t have any work (usually job!) to do, he seems depressed, dejected and devastated. He feels something dying in him though he is alive. He hears something crying in him for expression. Rick Warren said: “Impression without Expression equals Depression”. Therefore, the greatest privilege of humanity is the privilege of work. But a greater damage to the human mind and the society is engaging in work that does not make you a better person. Like wildfire, your frustration ‘scars’ everyone – your family, friends, colleagues, clients, and sometimes God! (See Signs of a Frustrated Employee)
Therefore, to ‘work for yourself’ means to have the freedom to enjoy your work (not job. You can never enjoy your job so long as you see it as a job!), make the most of it, and become the best in it.
Here are a few tips on how to work for yourself.
If you really need the kind of money that you are worth, then you must get enough of these if they are available. You’d need it.
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