February 9, 2017 Ep. 159 ~ The Anti-Entrepreneur ~ Steven Moody
“It (Steven’s agency) was a body shop. It was trading other people's time for dollars. Hoping I could do that fast enough so I wouldn’t have to trade my own time for dollars. At the end of the day, it was the same trade.” Steven Moody
On this episode, we are happy to introduce whom I call The Anti-Entrepreneur, Steven Moody. Steven built a marketing agency in Vietnam and after a while, he began to realize that something was terribly wrong. He realized that he was trying to fit into an entrepreneurial box and that he didn’t belong in.
He also began to realize the traditional role as an entrepreneur was just not for him. So he closed the doors on his business and experienced a sense of freedom. He now focuses on freelancing and self-employment and enjoys this much better.
Today we will dig into Stevens struggle as the ‘typical’ entrepreneur and why he chose out.
“I see entrepreneurship as a vehicle, but it has become an identity for many people. And I try to limit my identities.” Steven Moody
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