Why did you start your business?
Was it for financial freedom, freedom of time or because you simply don’t like being told what to do?
Whatever your reason, one of the advantages of starting a business and becoming a business owner is that you can create wealth. You can generate as much income as you want, and it can come through your business.
An important question is:
Are you self-employed or are you a business owner?
Because there is a difference, and this difference has a big impact on whether you achieve the goals you set out to meet in the first place.
And, if the money side of your business is worrying you, it’s definitely possible to put those worries to rest and never lose sleep over money again.
Take Charge Today
In this interview with Kim Kiyosaki, a world-renowned speaker, entrepreneur and author of Rich Woman: Take Charge of your Money: Take Charge of Your Life!, you’ll learn the difference between being self-employed and being a business owner — and why it matters.
Hear Kim talk about why women-owned businesses grow slower than those owned by men and what you can do to accelerate your business growth.
Listen to this episode to hear:
- Why women-owned businesses fail to grow
- The difference between being self-employed and a business owner, and why it matters
- How focusing on serving people can make you more effective
- How to never lose sleep over money again
- Why the purpose of business is problem-solving
- Why you can’t be successful without an inner game
- How consistent challenges can help grow your business and yourself
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