How to create job satisfaction for yourself

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How to gain more job satisfaction when you are your own boss

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Fifty First Edition - How to create job satisfaction for yourself

More self-knowledge = more job satisfaction!

It has been proven by various university studies that employees stay, or leave, due to their direct management. For your small business, being self-employed, this basically means your own happiness and effectiveness at work will determine the loyalty and attitude of your employees.  Become more self-aware and identify your unique needs and wants for your career as a self-employed individual, then take action on creating a positive environment for yourself.  A good point to start is finding a purpose in what you are doing professionally. It is about putting a bit of “yourself” into the product or service you sell. Make it your own and find reason to do it.  Create an environment where there is variety.  There are various additional ways to create further job satisfaction – click here to learn more.

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Need inspiration? 5 great books for entrepreneurs

When you’re running a business, it’s easy to get seriously bogged down by the endless list of responsibilities.   Every once in a while, you read a book that changes you,  inspiring your career, clarifying your goals, challenging your thinking. The right book can give you the courage to start your business, the reality check that you’re not yet ready or the quiet affirmation that you’re not alone in your fears or ambitions.   Sometimes sitting down and cracking open a book provides not only a much-needed break, it can also be the best source for inspiration or wisdom.  Curious to hear what other entrepreneurs are reading?  Click here for a list of book recommendations.

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Fifty First Edition - How to create job satisfaction for yourself

From engineer to entrepreneur: How I discovered I could start a business

“Like most engineers, I learned to think on my feet and execute plans fast. It’s one of the qualities that primed me for entrepreneurship. But despite my penchant for planning, I still walked away with a few bumps and bruises.  Surviving the first-year business woes with my twin brother was nerve-wracking, but we stuck it out in the end, and our passion and engineer ingenuity helped keep our heads up as we navigated the murky entrepreneurial waters.  In any industry, building a solid startup brings a distinct set of challenges. Here are four universal lessons we had to learn firsthand before triumphing with our business.” – Chris Thornham

 

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Fifty First Edition – Interesting Reads

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Motivational video – Be A Hero

This motivational video is a goldmine of inspiration for all of those who are struggling right now to find their greatness. To face their fears and follow their dreams.  In order to achieve greatness you have to push through the adversity, obstacles and critics if you want to reach the gold at the end of the rainbow.  If you are willing to fight your way through the battles, and break through the fear you will reap the incredible benefits when you reach the other side. Click here to watch the video.

Entrepreneurial Challenges Newsletter Fifty First Edition - How to create job satisfaction for yourself

Success story: Chris Zane of Zane’s Cycles

Chris Zane is in the experience business. Whether he’s selling bikes in his Connecticut store or filling orders for corporate rewards programs, he knows a successful business is about more than just selling stuff. Zane, 46, got his start at age 12 fixing bikes in his parents’ East Haven, Connecticut, garage. At 16, he persuaded his parents to let him take over the lease of a bike shop going out of business, borrowing $23,000 from his grandfather at 15 percent interest. His mother tended the store while he was at school in the mornings. In his first year, he racked up $56,000 in sales. This year, he expects to bring in $21 million. Click here for 9 more inspiring small business success stories.

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