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Self-Employed helps everyone who thinks they want to be an entrepreneur to decide if they have the personality traits to actually be one. It takes a special type of person to work for themselves without any supervision to direct projects, productivity, and daily achievements.
The idea of being self-employed sounds great, but there are traits like being a self-starter, organizer, delegator, and workaholic that are necessary to ensure your work day doesn’t involve a sofa, Netflix, and procrastination. The authors of this book aren’t saying you can’t work in your sweatpants, but they do list sweat equity as a necessary trait that goes into a successful self employed life.
Self-Employed is a compilation of the real-life experiences of the authors as well as their entrepreneurial colleagues that helped them shape their list of necessary traits for a self-employed life. The book is divided into easy-to-read components that cover each of the 50 traits of an entrepreneur in detail. The format lets you pick up the book and start reading and applying any trait you select rather than having to read it from the first page through to the last. That should be to the entrepreneur in you!
Good read for really anybody interested in being an entrepreneur. John and Joel did a great job of incorporating some great advice and making it fun to read. Highly recommend!
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As you may know first-hand, entrepreneurs are a distinct breed. They are unique individuals with very specific character traits and mindsets. In Self Employed, Joel Comm and John Rampton detail 50 different qualities that personify those types of individuals who could succeed as entrepreneurs. These 50 qualities also provide a framework for those with, or about to enter, careers so they can decide if they might do better working for themselves.