You are what you want. Just like you are what you eat, it also follows that you are what you think. If you set your mind to work with someone as an employee, you can apply for a job and you are happy in paid employment. However, if you set the head in place to achieve financial freedom, you can find a way to get rich without the pressures and litigation work for someone else.
It seems that the mentality of many people is almost always a pre-operation, in which the employee is working, that they forget or unintentionally left to cross the line, how can you create real wealth. Just like a coin, they never bothered to look at and understand how it feels to be the other way.
Do you know that the word “work” fits as an acronym for “something else broke?” And with reason, sense logically. Having a job (employment) allows you to earn enough to cover their expenses. If you lose your job, you’re broke. Having a job or a job to someone means that the privileges are limited and restricted. Even if your income is guaranteed, it is also limited. See employers pay enough for employees to not leave.
Consequently, employees work hard enough so as not to get fired. Subconsciously, if you are an employee, not part of the creative mind to put to work at full capacity. You may need to make a rich, but certainly, that someone is not you. To release control of your finances to someone and you’re his mercy. If your company down, you can go with it. If he gets up, stands alone. Likely to stay as you are. The disclosure of their finances than anyone else has shaped the future of someone else’s hands, not his.
I’m not saying that employers are bad. They provide jobs and it’s good. I’m just painting a picture of one of the realities of life that we hardly felt at times. If you go to the company, you find yourself as an employer themselves. I’m just opening the financial area of your mind.
Consider this: palms up can be a kind of similar to begging. Palms down to give. The workers receive. Employers give. How do you want to place the palms of your hands’?