You didn’t get into your business for money. Money is the icing on the cake. Choosing to get into business was for freedom and for a better life. This makes you a leader who builds your life on your terms. Your actions are organized around what you choose instead of going with the flow. Entrepreneurs are professional creators. Freedom is at the end of the line.
You have the opportunity of earning power. Intelligence and leadership can result in a cash flow machine, a great retirement, and can help you leverage your assets. Your business is not your identity. Remember that the purpose of your business is to serve your life and not consume it. If freedom is #1, how do you make it work for you, enjoy simplicity instead of complexity, and enjoy the benefits of less stress and an enjoyable life?
Freedom is a choice. A business must be positioned to be healthy and to access what matters to you. Why did you start your business? Freedom was important, and it needs to be in the foreground again. What are you delegating today to enjoy that freedom? What systems do you have in place? Are your customers receiving value? Can you offer new products?