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Entrepreneurial Advantage

Starting one's own business or working for somebody else, notably a large organization with financial and personal benefits, is a dilemma many of us face throughout ***** ***** life. This paper will aim to objectively analyze some of the advantages and disadvantages that a working individu*****l faces in each case. The concl*****ion may show that being an entrepreneur holds an extra asset as compared ***** working for someone else *****d that starting a business is a personally and financially rewarding venture.

The first important advantage ***** *****ship we should mention (and the order has nothing to do with ***** relevance of each argument) is the fact that being one's boss ***** also equivalent with designing your own life and schedule around the activity that you have set our ***** perform. ***** means ***** you may decide that this Wednesday ***** ***** take off and spend in a library for documentation or that a certain day of ***** ********** will be spend team building in a pub. You are the ***** ***** you make the rules. These are ***** rules and ***** only responsibility ***** carry is towards y***** emplo*****ees ***** towards yourself as a person and as a business person.

Deriving from *****, we may draw out the relevancy ***** following one's dream and passion and putting a lot of h*****rd work into achieving it. No matter what people may say, ***** with passion is *****ten something that is more ***** than ***** person's skills or aptitudes. Your own business will be like your own car ***** a personal object you care about: you will ***** careful not to break it ***** ***** will protect it against any advers*****ies that may appear. For a business, it is prob*****bly ***** even important in the beg*****ning whether or not ***** venture is making a prof*****. You will be ***** likely to stick with it and attempt to pull it through tough times rather than when you are in a position you don't like at a company. And th***** because you feel you ***** a responsibility towards some*****ing you have cre*****ed, an ambition to see it pull *****.

A third advantage is the financial aspect. No matter how hard ***** ***** in a comp*****ny and no matter how much you produce, you will always be limited by the amount of money your respective position pays. If you are a junior consultant, ***** will never ***** paid the ***** a senior consultant gets paid, no ***** how ***** more work you do.

On the other h*****, being one's own boss ***** ***** there is no financial limitation (of course, this is to be discussed. People may say that one is limited by the actual *****ances the company obtains). As an entrepreneur, you c***** use your knowledge and imagination to ***** as much as you are able to or the market allows ***** to at a ***** time ***** other.

***** brings me to a somewh***** different *****spect of the ***** ***** worth

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