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How Would Small Business Ownership Improve Your Life?

Posted by Makayla Seger - Jul 31, 2013 1:21:00 PM

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When you work for someone else, the list of complaints can seem never-ending. Have you ever wondered how small business ownership could make things better? Not just because you own your own company and you’re in control of the work you do, but because working for yourself means you’re your own boss -- with all of the benefits of being in charge!

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Here’s a list of a few common working-world problems. In our opinion, the answer to them all is small business ownership!

Problem: No job pays enough for me to be successful
Solution: Decide your own income as a small business owner!

Small business ownership means you decide how much your company pays you -- no more asking for a raise or a bonus, trying to validate everything you’ve worked on in order to squeeze more money out of your department. Simply take on more projects or clients and earn more money!

It also pays to be a better worker when you work for yourself. As a small business owner, ever efficiency and every time you find a way to do something quicker or faster means saving more money for you, not your boss or your company.

 

Problem: There’s not enough time in the day to get everything done.
Solution:  Work on your own schedule-- as long as it gets done, it doesn’t matter when you do it.

Always rushing to work during your commute, shuffling through countless meetings about things you don’t care about, and then trying to tackle your to-do list? You’re not  alone. Many people feel that there’s simply not enough time in the day to get done what needs doing. But when you work for yourself, you get to set your own schedule. Mid-day errands aren’t a problem when you schedule your time efficiently and prioritize what needs to get done each day. In fact, if you want to take a day off and catch up later, it’s up to you! Small business ownership gives you the freedom to find the right work-life balance for you. 

 

Problem: The traditional 9-5 doesn’t work for you.
Solution: Work to your strength with flexible schedule!

If you’re a night owl, getting into the office at 9am on the dot can mean sacrificing sleep and energy for a dead end job. When you own your own small business, you can align your workday with times when you are most efficient and work at your best! If you’re a morning person, you can work 5am-10am and take a break to get other things done. Or, if you’re a night owl, you can finally sleep in without feeling guilty.

 

Problem: I feel like I never see my family.
Solution: Running a small business can be a family thing!

Cooking dinner, playing with your pets, and interacting with your family gets pushed to the bottom of the list when you come home from a corporate 9-5 job. By starting your own business and setting your own hours, you can make sure that you have the time and the energy to engage with the most important people in your life -- your family. Even better: invite them to participate! Your spouse can help with filing and making phone calls, and your kids can give input on your ideas or shadow you as you work, making your small business chores a fun family adventure.

You can do it!

If the 9-5 life is getting you down, it’s important to know that you’ve got options. Starting your own small business as a vending machine operator could be the chance you’ve been waiting for to set your own income, set your own hours, and get back the time you’ve given to your corporate job.

Have you ever wanted to leave your job? What did you do?

Naturals 2 Go is dedicated to helping you achieve financial success as a vending machine operator. With over 25 years of experience in the industry, we have the tools and the know-how to assist you. We are here to make your vending business opportunity an enjoyable and prosperous experience. Give us a call at 1-800-679-8370 today!

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