Hello. My Name is Wolfgang. I have a question for you. Do you love your job, hate your job or just indifferent and doing it until something better comes along?
According to a poll commissioned by recruitment agency Hays Canada. Statistics show that 47% of people hate their job, or are just doing it until something better comes along.
Next question. When was the last time you got a raise? What percentage of your current wage was it? Was it more than 3% or less? If it was less, then your wages are not even keeping up with inflation!
OK one more question. Why are you working? Is it that you love to work at something and build someone else’s dream? Is it for the money? Or is it for the freedom that your job will give you and your family so that you can build your dream?
What if I told you that the majority of Canadians fall into the last 2 categories. They are looking to make as much money as they can, so that ultimately they can have the freedom to do whatever they want, whenever they want. Is your current employment situation allowing you to do that? Are you building their dream or your dream?
Are you getting paid what you are worth? Does your employer allow you to take time off anytime you need to for family emergencies, or for extended family vacations, or when you just don’t feel like going into work that day?
No, not really? Then what are you doing about your situation? Are you just hoping things will get better or are you proactive and actually looking to improve your situation?
Yes you could start your own business, but that has its own set of issues. For the most part whether you’re a professional, that being a doctor, lawyer, dentist, accountant, etc., or maybe a tradesperson. Or maybe you want to have your own retail store. What do all these different professions have in common? Yes you call yourself a business owner but are you? You are actually self employed!
According to Robert Kiyosaki, to be a business owner you have to have a business that you can take a back seat to it and the business will run itself, and be profitable whether you are present or not. Until you can do that you are self employed.
OK enough gloom. Now something more positive.
I could use your help. I’m currently looking to add 5 people to my team who want to build their own brokerage businesses across Canada. If you're not interested that's fine. Maybe the timing is not right. But if you know someone that is looking for a lucrative career, then maybe you can send them my way. I know what you’re thinking, and no it’s not MLM marketing. I operate a brokerage and am looking to expand and eventually the right candidate will run their own brokerage business. To do that I want to bring 5 people on board who want to finally achieve the freedom they are looking for that their current employment situation is not giving them. For the right person you’ll receive the required training and that’s regardless of you’re age whether you’re in your 30’s, 40’s or even 50’s. This is well suited for someone who is been in the work force for awhile and has either been downsized or is just looking to finally take control of their work situation. Or even someone who wants to have a side gig that can bring in an extra $1000 per month. How much would an extra $1000 per month affect your financial situation? There is plenty of growth potential. You can work towards building and owning your own brokerage business and finally have a business that will work for you, instead of you working constantly at being an employee or self employed. You can also pass it on to your family as your families business and have the business take care of your family. You are building a legacy! Most times being self employed won’t let you do that, once you stop working so does your business, and as an employee you will never be able to do that! Not here. If you have the desire, by building your own brokerage business you have the opportunity to take financial care of future family generations!