They want freedom to live life on their own terms. They want freedom to wake up when they want and freedom to make the amount of money that allows them to live the lifestyle they’ve always dreamed of.
But for most entrepreneurs, once they start a business, it becomes worse than…
...the very boss they tried to escape.
...the boss who made them show up on time.
...the boss who forced them to do things they don't want to do.
...the boss who kept them working long hours for little or no pay.
That boss is no longer a human being. It's no longer corporate, or the board, or Bill telling you, “It's just we're putting new cover sheets on all the TPS reports before they go out now. So if you could go ahead and try to remember to do that from now on, that'd be great.”
Instead, the very business they thought would make them free becomes the worst boss ever.
If you have a product…
If you have sales…
If you have a service…
If you have customers…
...but you are stuck in the day-to-day grind of doing things you don't like, all the while, pining away for the freedom that has suddenly escaped you…
There is help.
Unfortunately, for most entrepreneurs, we buy into the dream of starting something that sets us free. But no one ever tells us about the long hours, or the late nights burning the midnight oil, or how heavy it is carrying the entire burden on our shoulders.
Carrying the burden on our shoulders alone. That is the problem.
This is your opportunity to stop that.
If you've been an entrepreneur for any length of time at all, you may have started to discover that you can't do this alone.
...That's why you're in masterminds.
...That's why you have brainstorming partners.
...It's why you must have the support of the people close to you.
...It's why you're in entrepreneurial communities.
But if we can't do this alone, why are you personally doing the heavy lifting on every piece of your business?
You only really become free when you can lead others to build the business with or without your sweat.