We judge those around us by their actions but we judge ourselves by our intentions.
"I tried", "I meant to" "I intended to" . . . we've all used them or heard them at some point in life.
Growing up as a little girl I saw may parents and grandparents work without savings and a plan B or a way to have a decent sustainable retirement. Through no fault of their own, they grew up with the mantra of "get a good job, work and support your family." When I had children of my own I began teaching them the same way of life. Then I experienced the loss of a parent and with no insurance I was left coming up with ways to pay for funeral services. I decided I did not want that for my kids and decided I would do better, be better and teach them better. Working for someone else is not the path to time and financial freedom for me.
That was my "WHY" and my reason for becoming an entrepreneur.
What is your WHY?
Why work for someone else's financial success when you can work for your own.
THAT'S what makes it different
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