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The Entrepreneur’s Source and Your Career 2.0: The Ideal, Last Minute Christmas Gift for YOU!

The Entrepreneur’s Source® and Your Career 2.0®: The Ideal, Last Minute Christmas Gift for YOU!

It used to be so easy…

The old “Sears Christmas Wish Book” used to come by mail to the house. You excitedly examined every page of toys in it, wrote down your list, and mailed it to Santa. Better yet, you got coveted “one on one” time with the big man himself at the local department store, to share it with him.

But now, you’ve grown up…

No more list making, and when people ASK you what you want for Christmas, there’s no pre-programmed, 20-minute answer of all the goodies you want, like when you were a kid. You may actually draw a blank.

But if you’re stuck in a dead-end job, spending your time making money for someone else, and hoping your year-end bonus isn’t a “pink slip”, you know the answer: a new job.

How do you know?

It’s no secret hundreds of thousands of people are very unhappy in the workplace, dissatisfied with their career path, and pay, and just hanging on, hoping it will get better before they retire-or are forced out. In fact, approximately 479,000 people this year shifted from Employment to becoming an Entrepreneur as their Career 2.0 calling.

As Terry Powell, the CEO and Visionary Founder of The Entrepreneur Source®, North America’s leading career ownership and franchise business coaching company, says, “We want people to stop settling for the ‘New Normal!’ Job security is a thing of the past. Working longer, for less, is what the business economy demands today.”

“At TES, we call this “Battered Career Syndrome®”, and for too long, Americans have bought into the notion they can’t leave a job, and must make constant trade-offs to keep it. But it can be done, and all it takes is an unflinching, realistic look at your current position, and the Income, Lifestyle, Wealth and Equity (I.L.W.E.™) goals you could have through becoming your own boss!”


Your Grown-Up Christmas List must contain Your Career 2.0 – A Survival Guide for the Battered Career and Investor Syndrome®

We all have those last- minute gifts we have to get for everybody else. Make this gift one for yourself.  Self-sufficiency is a dream, until you write it down, then it becomes a goal. Let’s examine the goals on your list…the goals our book, Your Career 2.0®, will help you identify and achieve:

  • Income:

True financial freedom is probably not possible in your current position. Salaries just don’t grow nearly as fast as they did a few years ago, and they’re not likely to again. Do you want the option of becoming self-sufficient, and earning what your worth, and not just a paycheck-which could vanish with the next corporate merger? Let’s face it: what got you here, won’t get you there.

  • Lifestyle:

People today don’t mind working hard, especially if it directly benefits them. Do you want a career which offers you more flexibility and freedom, or are you thrilled with telling your family over and over there’s no time for a vacation, or to watch the school play? There are no guarantees any more that the hours you put in mean your job is secure, so why keep playing that game?

  • Wealth:

This is the by-product of an increasing income. You not only fund your current lifestyle, but entertain options to grow real wealth. The kind of wealth which can help secure yours and your family’s future.

While you’re living paycheck to paycheck, like millions of Americans, can you even dream of growing your net worth? Also, are you that confident the money in your 401K will be enough for retirement, or even be there when you do retire?

  • Equity:

How much of your current job do you own? Unless you have stock in your company, not much.

Real equity comes when you own your own business, and it becomes an asset you can use as you pay off debts associated with it. That’s another positive option of being self-sufficient. Plus, it can be passed on to the next generation, if you desire.


OK, my list is done, and I’m really intrigued. What’s the next step?

Gathering the Facts and using Your Career 2.0® and The Entrepreneur’s Source® as your Guide. There are many options to becoming self-sufficient, but to make sure your goals are REALISTIC, you have to discover how others have accomplished taking control of their lives and financial futures. You also have to be open to blowing up the old paradigms and ways of thinking. Yes, that’s scary, but if you gather and examine the facts, not run with emotions, or pre-conceived ideas, and be really willing to explore, you just might find yourself ready to truly break free of the corporate bonds which hold you back.

The Entrepreneur’s Source® can offer that education, awareness and discovery  through Your Career 2.0® and our network of award winning Career Ownership Coaches. They are highly trained, and many have been right where you were: at the same career crossroads, choosing to become empowered rather than just employed. They have the “cred” to shepherd you on your Journey of Discovery.

Be good to yourself this Christmas, and your family. Resolve to make this the last holiday you spend chained to “Christmas Past”. Give yourself the gift of self-sufficiency, this year!

If you would like the opportunity to have more control over your professional life, while enjoying the Income, Lifestyle, Wealth and Equity you deserve, The Entrepreneur’s Source® wants to talk to you. Just go to https://entrepreneurssource.com/about_us.html to take the first step towards your career ownership.


And for those of your interested in Your Career 2.0: A Survival Guide for the Battered Career Syndrome®, please visit, https://www.amazon.com/Your-Career-2-0-Survival-Battered/dp/1501025848.

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