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As you’re reading this, it’s probably around July 4, a time when the people of the United States celebrate freedom in a big way. From parades and flags, to military and fireworks, everyone celebrates our freedom. But what does freedom mean to you, especially in a practical sense?
Your business is not worth anything if your country isn’t free. Being the best PM in the industry is worthless if you can’t make your own choices. And, being free to run a business or a project requires a country that allows and encourages business.
For more than 233 years, this country has stood for freedom: a beacon of light in a sometimes-dark world. But the country’s strength is derived from its people and its businesses, many of which are small businesses.
Times are a bit different now, and we might need a little change or two. So, let me offer an idea. How about we go out there and get some new work, even if it means doing something a bit differently than we might be used to? Maybe we can’t count on work just dropping into our laps like it might have in the past.
My thought: If you value your business and the freedoms it provides you, let’s fight for it. After all, history is on our side.
Following are seven strategies to restore and preserve your freedom:
Business growth, when properly done, will give you more freedom – at least the freedom to not worry so much. Get the free report. Get some help. Get some coaching. Get going.
|Last Updated on Monday, 03 August 2009 11:35|