Are you doing a disservice to yourself by working for someone else?
That’s the question I want you to answer today.
Every so often, Passive Panda will run an Ask The Readers question because I want you to leave a comment about a topic or question that relates to earning more money and working for yourself.
I value your opinion — and I certainly don’t have all of the answers — so I think it’s important to get your ideas as well as mine.
Also, this is a no–pressure, no–fail zone. All opinions are welcome as long as they do not disrespect another commenter. So feel free to speak your mind in confidence.
Yesterday, I was speaking with a friend about what I do, how I work for myself, and so on.
She said that she would love to do the same and then she offered up this thought,
“Spending your life working for someone else is the greatest disservice you can do to yourself.”
I want to know … do you agree with her statement?
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There are certainly arguments on both sides.
Who is to say that people who believe in the system they work in are doing a disservice to themselves? For example, teachers or service men and women in the military.
On the other hand, does working for someone else naturally mean that you spend your life pursuing their vision instead of yours? What if those two visions are closely related, but not quite the same?
Are you better off sacrificing what you really want to do with your life for something that’s close to what you want to do? Are many of your talents wasted because you have to work within someone else’s system?
Work is a large part of our lives. In many ways, what we spend our lives working on determines how we live in general. I want to hear your thoughts on this important subject.
So please, scroll down to leave a comment below and tell us … is spending your life working for someone else a disservice to yourself?
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