The Grey Area Between Owning a Business and Self-employment


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In this video, I’m going to actually talk about that grey area, that very space that lies between owning an actual business and being self-employed.

What is this grey area? Recently I’ve been keeping up with Dame Dash who has his philosophy of being your own boss. One of the most important factors that stood out to me is “serving people first; putting yourself last” if you truly want to be a boss.

But how is being a boss defined really today? Do you really have to have people under you to be declared/qualified to be called a boss?

What if there was a system that allowed you to be your own boss without actually having people?

When I talk about this grey area between owning a business and being self-employed, I’m actually talking about the internet.

Continue to watch to further see how the internet itself acts a new medium between these two popular business types.
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