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Imagine your perfect day

Imagine your perfect day.  

What time would you wake up? 

What would you do? 

Where would you go? 

Who would you spend time with? 

Imagine not having to work for someone you don't want to work for, doing something you don't want to do, somewhere you don't want to be. What would your life be like?

Every day, I talk to people who truly HATE their jobs, but continue to go there...just to make sure they can continue to go there.... every day.  

Do you realize there are people that really live their perfect days? Do you think they have a job?  I'll never knock a job, but I think we both know the answer is...they're probably entrepreneurs. Now if you have a job and it's flexible enough that you can do what you want, and you love it....God bless you. You're certainly in a minority. If your job pays you enough to have your dreams, you're doubly blessed. Thank the most high every day! For the rest of us, there's entrepreneurship (thank the most high for that too!) Nothing is for everybody, but if you're into having "perfect days" entrepreneurship can be a great way to get there. 

There are really people that call their own shots and design their lives. Understand you can be one if you're willing to put in the work and be consistent. It's been said entrepreneurs are people who will live and work like most won't so they can live like most can't. Or do you enjoy being awakened at 6:30 am by an alarm clock, leaping out of bed, dressing, being force-fed, brushing your teeth, and fighting traffic to get to a place where you make lots of money for someone else? 

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