Does it make me greedy, selfish or lazy not wanting to work for someone else? I want to be the master of my own time and more importantly, my own life.
I’m 23 years young and I am already tired of working for other people. I’m fed up with adding to someone else’s fortune. And moreover, I’m tired of offering services I don’t believe in or care for.
All I really know is that I don’t want to have to earn my time. I want to do what I want to do.
By that I don’t mean I’m afraid of work or don’t want to work, I simply don’t want to do it for someone else.
There are so many articles about how to be your own boss and run your own business, too. The thing is, I’m not what I would consider an entrepreneur or a businessman.
I’m trying not to get hung up on that because I think that there has to be a better way.
The biggest problem I have is deciding what to do.
The way I see it, I’m mediocre at everything. I don’t have any special skills or unique product ideas.
I guess I’m more or less questioning whether or not it’s feasible for me to go out on my own and pave my own way.
I don’t have to get rich. I only want to find value in life experiences, if that makes sense.
What sort of things have worked for anyone out there who feels the same as I do? How have people found something that fits them when they don’t know exactly what they want to do?
I guess one thing to do is experiment with things. After all, something has to click.