And it’s no wonder why. You’re abandoning the familiar routines and regular paychecks of your 9-to-5 for something uncertain and unfamiliar.
You have to face a lot of fears.
There are the financial fears. Are you going to be able to pay your bills?
There’s the fear of overwhelm. Anything new can be daunting. And it seems like as an entrepreneur you’ll face challenges and obstacles that you’ve never faced before.
There’s the fear of failure. Not accomplishing what you set out to do is one of the worst feelings in the world. And entrepreneurship seems to expose you to fear of failure like nothing else.
The result? Entrepreneurship feels like a Pandora’s box that’s better left closed.
But here’s the truth—entrepreneurship doesn’t have to be scary. And if you make and follow a solid plan, it is possible to achieve personal and financial freedom. You can reach the entrepreneur lifestyle.
Again, it’s no wonder why. When you abandon the routines and paychecks of your 9-to-5, you face more than fear—you face unlimited freedom.
As an entrepreneur, you have the power to control your own time. You work whenever you want, not at your boss’s whim.
As an entrepreneur, you make your own decisions. No more watching your ideas bog down in red tape and bureaucracy.
As an entrepreneur, you pursue your own potential. You reap the rewards of your hard work, not your boss.
In short, entrepreneurship gives you the power to just live your life on your terms, not someone else’s.
It’s like Cicero once said…
“What then is freedom? The power to live as one wishes.”
All that’s standing between you and the power to live as you wish is fear. And with the right planning, system, and mentorship, that fear can be overcome.
That’s why I’m a leader with e2E. Because that’s my mission—to free employees from fear so they can become entrepreneurs.