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Do you Really Like what you are Doing?

Posted by trinda On February - 6 - 2013

Do you Really Like what you are Doing?

This may seem very obvious, but surprisingly very few people actually enjoy their current role . In fact according to Deloitte’s Shift Index 80% Hate Their Jobs — But Should You Choose a Passion or a Pay check? Is there a way to have both?

What about when the career decision isn’t yours to make? In this economy, company-downsizes have put many workers in an unexpected predicament.

All of a sudden, those who are laid off have the chance to re-evaluate their lives. And rather than pound the pavement for a new job, many are turning to entrepreneurship.

John Seely Brown, former chief scientist of Xerox, wrote about this dilemma in an August issue of Bloomberg Business Week:  “With the unemployment rate apparently stuck at or near double digits, more people seem to be choosing a passion over a steady pay check   Rather than waiting for companies to open up their payrolls, these people are taking matters into their own hands and defining their own jobs.”

If you can’t find a job, especially one you’ll enjoy, then create one.

The biggest obstacle to career growth is not lack of opportunity – it is fear of change. The only way to reach your goal is to get started.

It is no secret that owning a small business can be tricky. According to the United States Small Business Administration (SBA), Approximately 90% of all small enterprises fail within the first two years of operation, primarily because many entrepreneurs lack the basic knowledge and experience in handling the challenges of their company in the initial stages. The Department of Commerce reported that, since 1971, less than 5% of franchised businesses have failed or been discontinued each year

So, before any aspiring owner plunges down the rabbit hole to entrepreneur-land, consider franchising as a lower risk option. 

When someone asks me what is different with a franchise from starting my own business.  I like to think of it like Paint by Number. Paint by Number is such a great option for those looking for a creative outlet but who don’t have the skills, time, opportunity or patience to study art right now.

You don’t need to be an artist to create a great picture you just need a proven system and that is what a franchise gives you.





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