What it all breaks down to is freedom and quality of life. You can absolutely love what you do every day, but you’re going to be burnt out by putting in 14, 15, 16, hours a day, every day. If you don’t have a plan, an exit goal, or even just a short-term plan on limiting the responsibilities of the day-to-day work you’re trapping yourself into this self-employed quadrant. You have to force your plan. If you don’t do something, if you’re not intentional with your business, it’s going to consume you. It’s only a matter of time before you resent it. You’ll start to pull-back and you won’t enjoy what you do anymore.
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