Do You Have a Job or a Business?

If you build a business, an empire, you help not just the person standing in front of you, but the people you’ve never even met.

Today, I wanted to talk about why just building yourself a job isn’t enough.

Maybe during this Coronavirus pandemic, you’ve found yourself thinking: “I own a business, but I have no patients. I have no income because I only had that one source.” If that’s you, you have a job.

A job stands for: “Just Over Broke.” It means that all the sudden, when a pandemic hits, you are struggling to figure out what to do next. It means that you couldn’t go on vacation or to a conference without taking a pay cut.

Becoming an entrepreneur, a true business owner, means you’ve set up systems that generate revenue and help people, even while you’re on vacation, even when your primary source of income—using your hands—is no longer an option.

If you’ve found yourself owning a job, it’s time to build a business.

Whether it’s telehealth or online courses or affiliate sales, add additional streams of revenue. That’s step one.

Then you have to strategize exactly how to get through the rest of the summer, so that by August you’ll come out on top as a leader in your community.

Major companies started during economic transitions. There’s still plenty of money to be made.

For more, check out my 5-Step Coronavirus Business Launch Plan!

 

 

About The Author

Aaron LeBauer

Aaron LeBauer PT, DPT, LMBT started a 100% cash based physical therapy practice right after graduation. He's on a mission to save 100 million people from unnecessary surgery & enjoys helping passionate therapists build successful businesses without relying on insurance.

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