Author: William Arruda
If you haven’t already, you’ll eventually reach a crossroads in your career where you’re faced with three choices: stay with your current employer, find another company to work for, or work for yourself. In my case, I chose the third option and became a personal branding pioneer—and it was absolutely the right choice for me.
So I know firsthand that the prospect of being your own boss can be exciting, and entrepreneurship can give you the freedom to run a business exactly the way you want to. However, taking that leap comes with several challenges. You’re not just taking control of your future, you’re making yourself responsible for building, establishing and growing a company. When you hire employees, you’ll be responsible for them, too, and there is usually no safety net if it all falls through.
As you reflect on your career path and what’s ahead, consider whether entrepreneurship can give you what you seek. How can you know whether entrepreneurship should be your next career move? Start by asking yourself these questions.
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