129: What Does it Mean to Be a Company of One? [Podcast]

being a company of one

How do you become a company of one? What does it mean ot be a company of one?

It seems everyone wants to be an entrepreneur. We want to get control of our time and income. We want to have the ability to serve more and grow.

But I want to help you see a new perspective.

You already have more control of your time and income than you think.

Whether you are an employee or an entrepreneur (or unemployed looking for a job), you have a lot more control than you think.

Your job is to take control. Here, I will start showing you how to take control and earn more money – getting control of your time and your income – just like I have done for hundreds of clients.

>> [03:01] What is the difference between an entrepreneur and an employee (not as much as you think.)

>> [06:03] The four roles of your company of one.

>> [12:04] The exchange of goods and services for money is what we call doing business. It’s as simple as that.

>> [14:57] You do have ownership and control. You are a company of one.

>> [20:23] You are an entrepreneur – so start acting like one. The number one thing that you need to think about as an entrepreneur is, “Who am I serving today?” and “Who is my customer?”

>> [23:30] Own it. Take responsibility for your own Company of One. You are the company. You are the brand. Own it.

 

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