There’s a reason some of us want to become solo entrepreneurs. And it revolves around a couple simple precepts:
- You have final say.
- You do not need permission.
- You rid yourself of the time consuming challenges when people don’t agree.
You can create something that everyone thinks is crazy, launch it, and then live with the joy of taking the risk.
Boomers, love what you do professionally and personally… or regret it later…
The number one reason getting promoted is bad for you:
- You move farther and farther from what you love to do, and get to do
Bill Collins (below) is the fastest man over 60. Does the joy of the title out rank the joy in simply running because it feels good, and keeps us healthy?
The one most overused reason to be remarkable:
- To get promoted
The number one reason trust is irreplaceable is simple. Nothing replaces the way we feel when we trust someone. And nothing replaces the way we feel when we don’t. Think about it.
Tony Morgan. Never heard of him until a few months ago. A LinkedIn network update led me to a top ten article.
To read the top ten reasons why you and I will most likely fail at anything, click here.
Tony Morgan’s list isn’t anything new. Heck, there’s hardly anything that’s ever really new. However, one of the great, underrated keys to success is repetition.
Let me say that again, repetition. Ya with me?