The Difference Between Your Work and Your Business

The education system focuses on finding good jobs for young people by developing their knowledge-based skills. It shapes the lives around the salaries. After young people develop their interest-based skills, they move up the stages of education to improve their professional abilities. They are trained to be engineers, scientists, cooks, police officers, doctors, artists, writers etc. The skills they acquire allow them to join the workforce to earn money.

If you study cooking, you will become a chef. If you study law, you will become a lawyer, if you study medicine, you will become a doctor. The misconception of working in the same branch is that people forget to look after their own business. They spend their lives working in someone else’s job and making that person rich.

There is a big distinction between your job and your business. Everyone should have their own business.

To be financially secure, one has to look after his own business. Unlike your income column, your business revolves around your active column. As mentioned earlier, the first rule is to know the difference between active and passive and have active funds. While everyone cares about their income accounts, the rich pay their attention to their active column.

That’s why we hear them all too often: “I need time.”, “Oh, if I were promoted…”, “I need to work overtime.”, “Maybe I’ll get a second job.”, “I’ll quit for up to two weeks. I found a higher paid job. ”…

These ideas still related to the income column. A person provide financial security only if she uses her additional money to acquire income generating assets.

The main reason why the poor and the majority of the middle class are financially conservative and do not want to take any risks is that they do not have financial knowledge. They have to stick to their jobs. They tend to take firm steps.

For this reason, people with low income put themselves in serious financial difficulties. They sell their assets to avoid cash shortages. They start by selling their personal possessions, but the money they get in return is lower than what is written on their personal balance sheet. If they make a profit, then they pay the tax. Thus, the state gets its share of the earnings, which reduces the amount that will save them from debt. That is why the person’s net profit may be ‘lower’ than he thinks.

Start your own business. Keep working full time, but also avoid passives or personal items that lose their true value when you bring them home. Buy real active assets. A new car loses 25 percent of the price you pay as soon as you start driving. Even if your banker says your car is your number one asset, the car is not a correct asset. A trendy $ 400 basketball shoe equates to $ 150 at the first game.

Adults need to keep their spending low, decrease their passives and patiently create active funds. Parents should teach adolescents the difference between active and passive. Before teens leave home, get married, buy a home, have children, and buy everything on credit, they must begin to have active funds. Such as stocks, bonds, income generating real estates or copyrights from intellectual works like music, writings, patents and anything else that has value, generates income, or is ready to market and increases its value…

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