Earn More: Career
Business relationships are two-fold: your relationship with other people in business and your relationship with money. Seeing how each can contribute to or diminish your financial success is essential to making smart decisions that affect you and your family’s well-being.
Most people fail in their professional careers because they have never learned to see their personal lives as a business. They too often view their employment as “slave labor” or “indentured servitude” rather than as an opportunity to learn the steps for advancement.
But individuals—like big businesses—have assets (skills and talents), liabilities (lack of education or drive), income (you sell your time to your employer), expenses (cost of living), stockholders (people who support you with encouragement, money or time), and net income (savings for vacation, tuition, or other investments).
Seeing yourself as a big business will not only prepare you to be a better employee, but also a better boss, manager, or potential entrepreneur.
PRODUCTS FOR YOU:
- BUSINESS SUCCESS: YOUR LIFE IS A BUSINESS
- PERSONAL SUCCESS: TIME TO BE AN ADULT