Pursue your dream

One of the great things about the tech revolution is the low barrier to entry for lots of things. Used to be it would require a receptionist, stat typist, full-sized copy machine, and large bookshelf with lots of expensive books to start an accounting firm.

Now you can start a firm at a desk with equipment that fits on the desk. I know it can be done. I did it.

Same with writing, publishing, creating music, and any business that involves professional services or selling over the ‘net.

So why not pursue your dream?

Philosiblog expands that idea with If you don’t build your dream someone will hire you to help build theirs.

Check out the post for an expanded discussion of:

  • What does that mean?
  • Why is having a dream important?
  • Where can I apply this in my life?

As the author says, there’s nothing wrong with building someone else’s dream.

Wouldn’t it be more fun and rewarding and thrilling to build your own dream? I’ve found it to be a blast.

Go for it!

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