20 Jan Breaking the Employee-Slave Mentality
You may consider me harsh for making such a statement, but the truth remains: the majority of Americans will remain slaves to the “Rat Race” system for the rest of their lives. I speak with a lot of people on a daily basis who say that they are serious about starting their own Home Based business, but they never actually take action to begin the process. As I meditated on the subject, trying to figure out “what was wrong with people”, it dawned on me: We have been trained to think like slaves!
From the time we were school age children, we were taught to go to work for someone else-in hopes of getting paid for our blood and sweat at the end of the week. We had no control over what the employer “decided” to pay us, nor did we have any say as to what type of hours we would work. We were taught to be “dependent” on others. This type of mentality is no different from the mentality of a slave. Slaves were forced to conduct hard labor for little pay (if any), while the “master” made a fortune, took exotic trips, and sent his children to private schools. For those who may think that I’m going overboard with my analogy, consider this: Who tells you when you can spend time with your family? Who tells you when you are “eligible” for time off? Who dictates to you how long you can take a lunch break?
Are you starting to get the picture? Most people don’t even realize that they are snared by the way they perceive. If a person doesn’t believe or know that they have a problem, they won’t consider getting treatment for the problem, thus, remaining in their sickening state until they die. Why not start a home based business for yourself? Why not take control of your own income, rather than let someone else tell you what your worth? Doesn’t it make sense that you should be the one who decides how much you will be paid? Shouldn’t you decide when your going to spend time with your family? If you desire to change the course of your life, you’re going to have to change the way that you think. Entrepreneurs think different compared to employees. Employees complain that “there are no jobs”. Entrepreneurs create jobs by starting businesses.
I am aware that there are some people who will never change the way that they think, no matter how many offers I make to them or how many articles I write, they will continue to embrace the “employee” mindset. I don’t mean any disrespect to those who decide to work for a living: there’s nothing wrong with that. After all, I need someone to carry my bags up to my luxury suite. I need someone to cook my three course meal. I need someone to fly my privately owned jet. I need someone to program my computer. I can go on-and-on but I think you get the picture. Which side of the road are you on? Do you want to determine how much income you are going to make this year? Or, are you satisfied with your safe secure job?
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