Essay - Entrepreneurial Advantage Starting One's Own Business or Working for Somebody...


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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 ***** disadvantages that a working individu*****l faces in each case. The conclusion may show that be*****g an entrepreneur holds an extra asset as compared ***** working for someone else and that starting a ***** is a person*****lly and financially rewarding venture.

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

Deriving from *****, we may draw out the relevancy ***** following one's dream and passion and putting a lot of hard work into achieving it. No matter what people may say, working ***** passion is *****ten something ***** is more important than ***** ********** skills or aptitudes. Your own business will ***** like your own car or a person*****l object you care about: you will be careful not to break it and ***** will protect it against any adversities that may appear. For a business, it is probably not even important in the *************** whether or not your venture is making a profit. You will ***** ***** likely to stick with it ***** ********** to pull ***** through tough times rather ***** when you are in a position you don't like at a comp*****. And this because you feel ***** ***** a responsibility towards something you have created, an ambition to see it ***** *****.

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

On ***** other hand, being ***** own ***** means ***** there is no financial limitation (of course, ***** ***** to be discussed. People may say that one is limited ***** 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 ***** market allows ***** to at a certain time or other.

***** brings me to a so********** different aspect of the financial ***** worth

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