Phase 2 of entrepreneurship means that you now have a multitude of employees, a professional office, real growth. Simply stated, Phase2 requires you are transitioning to a business owner rather than a worker.
You must pick the right people to take over the tasks that you wish to leave aside because you must focus on your true strengths. Otherwise, you will be back at Phase0 quite quickly. Backtracking in Entrepreneurship is not an option. Phase1 is sustainable, but only until you burn out.
Now what about the tasks that aren’t worth your value, but you enjoy doing it? Do it yourself. If those little brainless tasks give you a sense of break, opportunity to unwind, then it is the value. Don’t pay someone else to give yourself a break.
You will get on a better schedule but you have to understand that when you learn a new trade or business and that is essentially what you are doing when you take on a work at home job, you have to do the work while you learn the trade. And considering you want to Info Product, you probably have household responsibilities as well.
An entrepreneur is truly a unique individual. Entrepreneurs find it difficult or impossible to work for someone else, although they do work for their customers/clients. They are willing to put everything on the line for the passion and love of seeing their enterprise grow… and sometimes live with several failures.
All of the things your secretary at your day job used to do, now you have to do. All the things that the owner did at your day job did on the phone and computer did while you was out in the field, now you have to do.
Most of us work so hard also because of our loved ones. We want to be able to provide not only for the basic needs of our families, we also want the best for them. We want to give our children the best education, the best living environment, the best leisure and recreation activities and etc. However, how many people actually achieve this?
These unique tips are a great starting point to introduce entrepreneurship to children. Informing children at an early age about entrepreneurship gives them more time to really find within themselves the things that they want to do in life. The things that make them happy. Many successful people agree that part of success is doing the things you love to do. The more time children get to explore different things (with this future awareness in mind) the better chance they have of finding their true passions and going forward with it successfully.