What Motivates People To Start Business?

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What Motivate People To Start Their Own Business:

What Motivate People To Start Their Own Business By Cherie Ang

Reasons:

Reasons Work hard and you will be rewarded Be a loyal team player No pay raise You need a college degree to be really successful Always work for an established firm; you really can’t make it on your own. You have to have a real job; all else is “pie in the sky.”

Work hard and you will be rewarded:

Work hard and you will be rewarded What really happens in today’s work environment obsessed by the bottom line is your company may pay for training to give you more skills, but nobody guaranteed you more money, did they? Because you know how to do more things, a lot more “stuff” will be pushed upon you requiring more effort and more time but usually no more pay.

Be a loyal team player:

Be a loyal team player All the smaller companies have completely eliminated retirement plans, and larger ones have reduced these plans toward nothing meaningful. The big companies are all drastically cutting every benefit; small ones will eventually eliminate them entirely.

No pay raise:

No pay raise The Company put salary schedules in place simply to avoid litigation. The raises come only after some evaluation by various people, particularly your superior. If the superior doesn’t much care for you, there won’t be much of a raise.

You need a college degree to be really successful:

You need a college degree to be really successful This is simply not true. You need to be able to read and write and know what 2 + 2 equals. The rest is in you. College may even be a drag on your ability if it teaches you conventional worldview.

Have a real job:

Have a real job First is the conventional worldview instilled in each of us at birth and strengthened by our schools, churches, and the media. If you are even considering your own business, you are to be congratulated; you have made a crack in the conventional worldview. The second source of negativism toward self-employment is the fact that your close associates don’t want you to be more successful than they are. It’s a jealousy thing which you should completely ignore.

By Cherie Ang:

By Cherie Ang http://newsletter.sgprofitsite.com

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