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The Risk Of One Employer

Posted on: July 4, 2013


Usually means that all your income is being dictated by one individual yet you have more than one dependent. Your phone bill, your light bill, your mortgage your car insurance are all your dependents. Rather than having all your risk tied in to one pot, imagine having 1000 or even 10,000 employers? How? By having multiple customers through a product, consultation or service you provide. That way if one of your employers fire you, you have 9,999 other employers. Besides, the freedom is now in your hands. You have the option to fire your employer and choose to do the work that is only remarkable and beneficial to your employer. There are no conditions and “threats” that would interfere with the remarkable work that needs to be done. There is no superior or inferior individual. There is no write up’s and disciplinary action. There is just work that is beneficial to the employers and this case your clients!

Finally when all the “bs” is out of the window, the avenue for real work to continue is magically created. Fear and doubt due to consequences stop us from doing our best work! Think about it! Get more employers!

At least that’s what freedom is all about!

Happy 4th!

Lee

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