I’ve talked about knowing your why. The reason that motivated us to get started in entrepreneurship and stay with it is often a big, life-changing thing. It’s unique for each of us but often a rebellious-fueled reason (or two) is what helped us take a big step forward.
How we operate, communicate, and create can be continuous micro-acts of rebellion.
Today we are talking about your business as an act of rebellion.
Money claims, pressure tactics, and how you lead your team; these are hot topics in the online business space.
Who decides what is ethical?
You do! The choices you make in your business are acts of rebellion. It’s all about how you show up. You get to decide boundaries, methods, and more.
Apply what you want from the coaches and gurus online. Take what works for you and discard the rest.
Here are a few examples of micro-acts of rebellion in business.
You get to create your own company culture.
Present the new you!
Who are we rebelling against?
The status quo?
The gurus and millionaire promise-makers?
Maybe it’s all of the above.