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Don’t Become an Entrepreneur If You Want Passive Income

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Don’t Become an Entrepreneur If You Want Passive Income.

Don’t Become an Entrepreneur If You Want Passive Income. Money can often be the shackles to your jail, not the key to your freedom.

Entrepreneurship isn’t passive. It is very active! As an example since becoming an entrepreneur I have met a handful of hopefuls looking to do the same. When I ask why: They often respond with some indication that they want to generate a means for passive income and recurring revenue. Don’t Become an Entrepreneur If You Want Passive Income.

For the most part the reality is there is no guarantee that becoming an entrepreneur will grant you this financial security and revenue each month. However it does gives you something else.

However if you’re considering joining the entrepreneurial world, make sure you want it.

For instance i have found the lifestyle of an entrepreneur brings three unique gifts. Ones that are far more valuable than income.

Also Read: Why you shouldn’t let your mind dismiss your entrepreneurial dream

1. Level of ownership and mandated leadership.

When I walked away from my corporate job. I knew in the long run I could get more from life if I was willing to bet on myself. For the most part I craved more of a challenge and knew that the results would be completely; Hence a result of my efforts as an entrepreneur. Beyond this level of ownership can be frightening. However if you view it correctly, it is incredibly empowering. Generally as a rule you are responsible for the outcome of your own life. However the results of your business’s success, and the wins of your team.

Whether you are a solopreneur with an audience to support or run a business with a team of employees you are in a leadership position. In essence this position grants you the opportunity to change. Above all not only your life but also the lives of others. Therefore their success and growth are on you. While this can be stressful at times. Therefore you are placed in a position to make true change that improves the world around you. Hence you simply can’t put a price tag on that.

Also Read: As An Entrepreneur, Are You Ready To Meet The Press?

2. Flexibility to define what freedom means

For the most part society has placed an emphasis on the concept that money can buy you freedom. Thus, if you have ever read Tim Ferriss’s book The 4 Hour Work Week which I highly recommend, you will realize that money can often be the shackles to your jail, not the key to your freedom.

By becoming an entrepreneur; You give yourself the flexibility to design your life and optimize each day based on your unique way of being. If you work best late at night, you now have the freedom to do so. If you find that outsourcing small personal tasks opens you up to execute more efficiently; You have the choice to establish this system. While you still may need to hustle, it is completely on your own terms. If you found the stability and structure granted from the traditional lifestyle to be suffocating; this alternative path may be the key to set you free.

3. Endless growth opportunities

You may not receive endless income. But being an entrepreneur does grant you endless growth. To be successful, you must crave constant personal and professional growth. Growing a business; a brand, and a mission means you must be willing to fail; to face your insecurities, and rise up through them.

This lifestyle truly is not for the faint of heart. You may not like the flavor of growth you experience. It oftentimes comes wrapped up in rejection or failure. If you are willing to face setbacks head-on; In time you will no longer be afraid to face the feeling of failure.

Here is the truth. When you are on the quest to grow yourself; You are better positioned for opportunities to present themselves. People to connect with; And innovative ideas to grow in your mind, all of which may lead to added financial success.

Also Read: Why Successful Startups Often Have A Pair Of Founders

Don’t walk into entrepreneurship with the sole purpose of making money. Walk in with the desire to create freedom, leadership, and growth in your life. Then, the money will follow.

Don’t Become an Entrepreneur If You Want Passive Income


Raj Jana

Raj Jana

Raj is the founder of JavaPresse Coffee Company, a lifestyle brand on a mission to transform ordinary coffee rituals into extraordinary daily experiences. Since launching in 2015, Raj has helped ~220,000 individuals use coffee as a vehicle to achieve more daily fulfillment. His company has done deals with Daymond John of Shark Tank and been featured in various news outlets for his work to date. His company is an official partner of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, donating over $38,000 in the last year to help five children with life-threatening illnesses experience their dream wishes.


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