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If you don’t want to work for someone else: read this

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If you don’t want to work for someone else: read this

Today one of my readers wrote me a letter. He asked, “What to do if you don’t want to work for someone else?” My answer: 

In the past, I also thought that I didn’t want to work for other people, for another company. 

I felt that work for others:

1. Limits me, pushes me into frames (that’s why I can’t learn what I want).

2. Extinguishes my potential and so on.

However, this view has changed. 

Because over time, I realized that when you work for yourself, you have to work for others and take on more responsibilities. As an example, imagine that you work in a company as a project manager. Your job is to serve a client. If he is dissatisfied with the result, it will be the fault of the company you work for, not yours. However, when you work as a freelancer and accept orders and carry them out yourself—the responsibility rests only with you!

But it doesn’t matter. Let the responsibility rest on your shoulders, but that doesn’t change the fact—even if you work for your company, YOU WILL STILL WORK FOR ANOTHER PERSON AND PEOPLE. For this reason, I advise you not to say that you want to work for others… 

I suggest looking at life in a more straightforward way. 

For example, I have my own companies (projects), and I also work for others. I have clients from all over the world. I do SEO services for them. I also do SEO services for myself. What’s wrong here? 

I also work for you, my reader! 

Therefore, let anyone currently thinking about starting work just for themselves know that it’s unnecessary! 

Better change the goal! 

Work for yourself and others! 

And remember: Working for others is only difficult when fixed working hours can’t be changed.

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