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How Can You Be Financially Free and in Wage Slavery Simultaneously?  You Can't.  Break Free.

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Wage Slavery: A Ball and Chain You Can Do Without     Wage Slavery Chain

Good news: once you change your mindset and decide to Be a Successful Entrepreneur, it is only a matter of time until you break free of wage slavery.  When you switch your mindset from being most concerned about the risk of losing what you have to being most concerned about missing the huge opportunities that pass you buy, your days in wage slavery are numbered whether you realize it or not.

You have become the essence of an entrepreneur.  You will start looking for opportunities.  Then, you will take actoin...as an entrepreneur.  Once you experience life as your own boss, you will wonder what took you so long!

Here are some things to consider as you try to evaluate your current mindset and decide whether or not you really want to say "good bye" to wage slavery:

1.  Being employed means it is highly likely that you don't have any passive income.  Even if you are self-employed, you must constantly trade your time for money.  If you develop business systems, you can generate income all the time, even when you are sleeping.  You can get paid 24 hours a day.  You can get paid while you vacation or serve in your community.  This website is dedicated to helping you build an online, profit-generating system based on your Business Philosophy.  Of course, building an online system isn't the only way to do it.  You could earn passive income from royalties on creative ventures.  You could become a successful investor.  You could start a physical business.  However, creating an online business through a website and/or blog is the most realistic goal for the vast majority of people.

2.  Being employed means someone else is making money from your work.  Now, there is absolutely nothing wrong with this, by itself.  It is what makes our economy go.  This arrangement provides the means for millions of people to supply food and covering for their families.  And, as an employee, if someone else was not profiting from your work, you'd get fired.  And there is the rub.  It seems secure to have a job.  But, you are always one calamity or technological development away from the bread line.

3.  Being employed can tempt a person toward a laziness not affordable to the entrepreneur.  As just mentioned, most employees produce gains for the entrepreneur that began the venture.  That entrepreneur is now both supporting and benefiting from the employee.  The relationship is usually maintained through a salary.  What happens if an employee doesn't work as hard as they can?  They don't earn any less.  The business does.  This introduces a moral hazard into the employee paradigm.  Few are the people who successfully rise above the temptation and give 100% instead of 75%, 90%, or even 99%.  Your earthly boss will likely never know, but you'll be dogging it nonetheless.  Entrepreneurs are completely responsible for their businesses.  Rarely will you find one that doesn't do his or her absolute best. 

4.  Being an employee can destroy the drive to produce.  Being an employee is linked to fear, for most people.  They perceive employment as most secure in the Security vs. Risk paradigm.  They go to work as "yes-men" or "yes-women" and keep thier mouths shut, even when they can see how things could be better or run more efficiently.  Many even act like domesticated farm animals at work when they are vibrant and dynamic everywhere else.  Find something you are passionate about.  Then, get your drive back!  Be a productive person working for things you care about and believe in.  The internet makes it easier than it has ever been.  Take advantage of it!

5.  Wages are one of the most heavily taxed entities in America today.  How much a wage slave pays in taxes is disguised by having employers "pay" some of them and then deduct the rest from your paycheck so you don't really think too much about the fact that you got hoodwinked.  The fact is this: employers must calculate your total cost to them when they figure out how much you are worth to employ or keep employed.  When you factor in benefits that you may never use, the Federal Reserve's stealth tax of inflation, and the percentage of your work that goes to the owners and investors, your "real" cost to the company is likely double or triple what you take home in the form of a paycheck.  Consequently, your "value" to the company is perceived to be double or triple your take-home pay.  If, by some miracle, government shrinks someday, you'd likely see your take-home pay increase by close to the same amount that no longer goes to fund the government.

The bottom line is this: it is likely that you'll forever be stuck in a dead end job (if you are fortunate enough to not get fired) until you begin making your own systems and employing yourself for the purpose of serving others.  Make the decision.  Click the link for help to Be Your Own Boss.

 

 

 

 

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