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So many people, want the perks of entrepreneurship but some forget to be humble once they receive the perk of being a full-time entrepreneur. Lately, there has been much talk about Entrepreneurs bashing those who work 9-5’s. Not everyone can be an entrepreneur, that’s what we have to remember. If everyone was an entrepreneur there would be no employees for our businesses. Just because a 9 to 5 wasn’t for you, doesn’t mean that it isn’t for someone else. Just as well as we are happy following our passions of being self-employed, someone else is happy working a 9 to 5 and building themselves in their career field so they can one day be the big boss. Both being an Entrepreneur and working a 9 to 5 have their perks. We MUST remember, those 9 to 5ers are our clients or those who are purchasing our products. They are helping us fund our business and providing us with our checks.

Perks of being an EntrepreneuHER

You have the ability to grow exponentially

You have the control of how far you go and grow by the effort you put forth

You can work anywhere you'd like

If you love what you do you'll never be bored

Perks of having a 9 to 5

You have potential to grow and continue to get promoted

You have control if you get promoted by the effort you put forth

You have security of a guaranteed two-week check

If you love what you do you’ll never be bored

Ideally, the perks are the same the difference is EntrepreneuHERs has more freedom. A boss is a boss it doesn’t matter if you work a 9 to 5 or your self-employed. We are all workers, as an EntrepreneuHER you work to sale to your target audience or working for a client. 9 to 5 ers you are a worker to who you are employed too. Neither is better than the other, it is work that is needed to see success.

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