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RANT am i lazy? what is "work"?

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GrandRub

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i dont want to work. i hate working. i hate go wake up and knowing i have to go to place x in y minutes. i hate to be there with people (even when the people are ok), i hate that i couldnt leave if i want to. i hate wo work.
am i lazy?

i made ok money with t shirts(... yes i know) and i love to get up at 8 and "work" till the night. every day. if i had to work that amount for somebody else i would have left after the first day... and i even eaarned next to nothing the first 2-3 months.... I love IT. and i love it to think about strategys and ideas, i love to bring things to love and i loved to see sales - because without me there was nothing. i created everything - and it worked (more or less).

i read that its a dumb idea to pursue "entrepreneurship" just because you hate working for somebody else. and you should do it because you have a great idea, or wanna provide value etc etc... while i think these are great things.
my main point with building things and making money online is, that i hate working for somebody else on somebody elses rules and for somebody elses bank account.

even now i would earn more money if i just work 40h and hustle in my free time... but i dont want to do that.
i think that my freedom is also worth money. and if i see my income+my freedom that is so much more than a 40h salary.
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GrandRub

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Then don't work for anybody and start your own business.
i do and its great. thats my point ;) i just read something about that topic of "laziness" and not wanting to work. etc etc.

wanted to rant a litt.e
 

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i read that its a dumb idea to pursue "entrepreneurship" just because you hate working for somebody else. and you should do it because you have a great idea, or wanna provide value etc etc... while i think these are great things.
my main point with building things and making money online is, that i hate working for somebody else on somebody elses rules and for somebody elses bank account.
Wanting to be your own boss is a perfectly fine reason to pursue entrepreneurship. But do you really need validation from strangers on the internet? Live your life how YOU want.
 

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