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For Whom do You Work?
Work is a part of life. In Genesis 3:19 we read, “By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food until you return to the ground, since from it you were taken; for dust you are and to dust you will return.” Most of us understand instinctively how true that is. The question is not whether or not we must work, but for whom do we work?
In a recent retreat in Cambridge, Md., House Majority leader, Eric Cantor said, "Ninety percent of Americans work for someone else. Most of them not only will never own their own business, for most of them that isn't their dream. Their dream is to have a good job, with an income that will allow them to support their family."
In America, out of 100 people who begin working at the age of 25, by age 65, 1% will be considered wealthy, 4% will have adequate capital stowed away for retirement, 3% will
still be working, 63% are dependent on Social Security, friends, relatives or charity and 29% will be dead. (statisticbrain.com)
In an article for Fiscalis Advisory, Inc., Bert Whitehead notes that “Overall 20% of our population is self-employed, while 75% of millionaires are self-employed.” If we are looking for financial security and independence, that ought to tell us something. Is it possible to do really well working for others? Of course it is.
But if we could find a way to successfully be in business for ourselves, the odds would increase exponentially. Would being in business for yourself but not by yourself interest you? Would it honestly interest you? Would you like to share your desire with someone who understands? If you are really interested, fill in your name and phone number above. We'll contact you as soon as possible.
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