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As the owner of Business in Blue Jeans, I personally believe that owning a business is one of the best ways to control your own destiny. A job does offer stability in a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly paycheck…but when you work for someone else, you rarely know what’s going on behind the scenes. When you own your own business, you know exactly how stable things are.
Of course, you do have to build in strategies for creating regularity and consistency, and doing so can be tough, but when you’re the one in charge, you know exactly where you stand, you decide when you work (within reason – clients can have some say in this, too, depending on your business model), and you can build in the flexibility and benefits that are most important to you and the staff you’ll bring on board as your business grows.
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