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Who’s the Boss?

Who’s the Boss?

Is it you, or someone else? A few questions may lead to an answer. There comes a time in many people’s careers when they consider self-employment – striking out on their own, being their own boss, and taking charge of their own bottom lines. Leaving the ‘corporate grind’ to start a new business or sole proprietorship is a transition that works quite well for some, but it isn’t for everyone. I tell my clients thinking about becoming self employed to go ahead and contemplate the future; after all, we’re working toward creating their one best financial™ life together, and that starts with setting goals.[Related: What I've Learned as an Entrepreneur (and Didn't Know as a Corporate Exec)]

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