You know why I like working for myself? Why I’m stinking in love with it, and why I want this life for everyone?
No one is telling me what to do. Yup. One thing I hate is when someone tells me to do something. I’m the boss of my own life. 💁🏻♀️ No one is telling me I need to be stuck in a building all day. No one is telling me when I can and can not pee, or when I can or can not eat. No one is telling me I can’t take this bath, and sing my butt off... while I’m talking to my friends about oils, and my cat is meowing trying to get in the tub with me 😂. No one obviously knows I’m doing this while I’m talking to them. 😂 (singing for the world - me being vulnerable, it’s not something I like doing ). No one tells me when to get up in the AM, or when to fall asleep. No one is raising my child but me.
We live in a society where working for yourself is frowned upon, and if someone finds out you work for an MLM... you automatically work for a pyramid scheme. 🙄 👈🏻you see that eye roll right there? 🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄 I get judged by a lot of people as soon as I say I work for Young Living and have my own business within it. (Honestly it doesn’t bother me anymore. I LOVE where I’m at in life. If you have an issue it’s probably something you need to work on for you) But... every company in existence operates as a pyramid. Don’t agree with me? Look at the structure of where you work, starting with the top (maybe your boss, or bosses boss) and work your way down to you. 🔺also, how can it be a scheme if it’s been operating for well over 20 years?? 🤔
Now I’m not saying there aren’t important jobs involving working for someone else, there totally is! We wouldn’t have food, advanced medicines, someone to save our lives when something traumatic happens, and clothes on our backs if it weren’t for the hard working people who do jobs like that.. those are just a few examples. I just knew since the moment I was of age to start working.. I would never be one of those people. (Continue in comments)