I saw a post recently that was critical of people who celebrated getting a job, as if it’s something to be ashamed of (J.O.B.).
First of all, we have no idea what someone else’s life experience is like, how getting a job may be their road back from poverty, or addiction, or years of lack of self-worth.
Any work that is honest is also honorable.
Some celebrate the sense of belonging and identity more than risk taking. There is nothing in the world wrong with that, just as there’s nothing in the world wrong with deciding to take a chance on testing your value to the marketplace.
Second, whatever you’re reading these words on…it was made, packaged, sold and serviced by an employee.
So were the parts your device is made from.
And the store you bought it from, or the warehouse your ordered it from was also made possible by employees.
And the people who built your car, the people who teach your kids, the people who keep your streets safe, the people who make your food…
The people who built your house, who keep your water and electricity on, who keep your country free from terrorism and invasion…
Without employees, society and the economy break down.
Without employees, entrepreneurship means nothing.
Be humble and grateful for your ambition.
And be grateful for those who are ready to serve.
Lots of people love the idea of being a business owner. They’re just not ready to make the full transition.
Who gives a damn?
I want you to do what is right for you…and your family.
I want you to find the self respect, the courage and the method to take your foot off the brake and put it on the gas.
I want you to be proud of what you’ve accomplished, and hungry for more.
I want you to RELEASE THE HOUNDS.
In a few short days, you’re going to have the chance to be an affiliate for my products and services.
A chance to make some risk free income with something you can feel good marketing.
And in a few short weeks you can go with us on a crazy, fun, liberating journey.
Yeah, that’d be Release The Hounds.
In the meanwhile, don’t believe the hype that you aren’t good enough. That somehow you’re “less than” because you have a job.
You make things go.
If and when you’re ready, you can go out on your own.
I respect you no matter what.