You DON’T Need a Job

Every healthy person MUST work. There’s a difference between work and job. Even if you work for a government or corporate organization, you can be deployed to do what you love doing. When you do what you love doing, you never feel like you’re working. Work becomes your way of life.

A NEED is a necessity, an essential required to live. You DON’T need a job. You can’t die because of losing a job. Some people re-invented themselves after losing their jobs and became influential business people. If you see your job as a need, you’ll be stressed throughout your work-life. You will run heaven and earth trying to impress your boss. There’re girls who even sleep with their boss so sustain their job.
If you must be employed, work where you are needed, not wanted. Work in a place where they need you more than you need them. Refine your craft so much that the entire industry knows your name.
But eventually, almost everybody starts their own business – whether they know it or not. Whether it’s keeping bees or dairy cows after retirement, eventually most people start their own stuff. It’s not whether you’ll get into business, it’s when. You better be equipped for business.
Even though I was the first Kenyan to earn a Ph.D. in Project Management from the University of Nairobi, I’ve never had a pay slip in my entire life. I’ve lectured in universities on a part-time basis but I’ve never reported anywhere from 8 AM to 5 PM. I went straight into business after my undergrad.
I’ve shared my story and those of eight other entrepreneurs in my 2015 book dubbed – You Don’t Need a Job – it is one of my best-selling books and it is available in AMAZON. It’s a great read especially to those who desire to transit from employment to business.
DR. K. N. JACOB

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