|It’s not uncommon to get advice about taking on the contractor’s mindset, even when you’re a corporate employee. Heck, I wrote an article about thatmyself a couple of years ago.But I’ve been working more with entrepreneurs lately, people who are shooting for something much larger than just landing their next job. Here’s some things we can be learning from them:
In the end, succeeding as an entrepreneur is much more about shifting the mindset, dedicating your self with passion, and applying good old fashioned hard work.
Yes, sometimes it seems that the corporate environment is designed to squash this out. And in many ways it is. But if you want to have a successful career, you need to commit to take initiative and do this anyway.
You don’t need to go out and start a new company in order to succeed.
But maybe, if you want to change the world, you might just have to.
|Carl Dierschow is a Certified Small Fish Business Coach and author of the career management guide, Mondays Stink! 23 Secrets to Rediscover Delight and Fulfillment in Your Work. He is a career coach for those going through interesting transitions, and works with small business owners who need to create breakthroughs in achieving their business goals. Find out more at www.Dierschow.com and www.SmallFish.us.
If you are interested in individual career coaching, group coaching, or other resources which might help you with difficult choices, please contact Carl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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