If you are struggling with your 9 to 5 job perhaps you are in fact an entrepreneur.
Here are 10 ways to tell:
- The concept of working in a cubicle makes you think of caged animals in the zoo.
- You would rather be poor and have control over your schedule and your day than have a fat bank account on someone else’s terms.
- You find yourself daydreaming at work about businesses you could start or ideas for new products and services.
- Performing the same task over and over again leads to total boredom and thinking, “Is this all there is?”
- You envy people you know who are in business for themselves.
- You can’t help but want to improve how things get done at work.
- You often say, “Why didn’t I think of that?” when you learn about a new business idea or invention.
- You were the kid who was able to sell zucchinis to the neighbors who also had an over–abundant zucchini crop in their garden!
- You changed your major more than three times in college and have had multiple interesting jobs and careers.
- When you ask yourself, “What’s next?” rarely is the answer related to working for someone else, but more about what can you do for yourself.
If you can relate to these traits, I suggest you accept the fact that you will never be “normal” when it comes to the work you do. You have the capacity to get out there and create something extraordinary. Whether it’s working for someone else in an environment that fosters entrepreneurial thinking or working for yourself, once you come to terms with who you are, you can get on with leading the life you were meant to lead and change the world!