(ThySistas.com) As we all know with this economy we have to do all we can in order to keep our heads above water. Government policies are commonly evaluated in terms of how many jobs they create. Restricting imports is seen as a technique to protect as well as create domestic jobs. Working is an important way to obtain wealth, so the emphasis on job creation is a very understandable one. Getting a job requires you to seek for the job, fill out applications, go to interviews and ultimately get the job.
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Starting your own business is no easy task you have to first decide which industry will be the best fit for you. You must also come up with a business strategy and get things up off the ground and build up clientele in order to make some coins. Getting a job and working for someone else is the biggest mistake to be made, do not get me wrong I am not saying to be a jobless couch potato. What I am actually saying is spending your life working for someone while they get all the wealth and pay you the bare minimum is not what I would call ideal. Punching someone else’s time clock has become the norm for those around us in society.
It takes a great deal of both passion and faith to create your own job, it will not be easy and at times you might even anticipate quitting. Look at the bigger picture would you rather be your own boss, make your own rules, sign the checks of your staff, and be the face of success or just keep working day in and day out for someone who just sees you as a number that will gain them a royal penny. Succeeding as an entrepreneur takes hard work and persistence because unfortunately there is no guide to be an entrepreneur the right way.
We should all strive to become our own boss and make things happen for ourselves, we can not sit and wait for things to be handed to us in this world. There is no such thing as a free meal, nothing is given everything must be earned the hard way through perseverance, sweat, hard work, and tears. Life does not come with a manual so we have to guide ourselves along the path in order to get to the end of the road of success.
Staff Writer; Myra Moore