Creating a business model that serves you (and your customers)

The internet did something amazing for anyone making products. You no longer had to own shelf-space in order to sell something.

That means Mom and Pop don’t have to spend twelve hours a day camped out in their retail location in order to sell handcrafted goodies.

The internet gave entrepreneurs the opportunity to craft a business model that served their customers AND served them.

As we map out our lives, it’s time to realize that we can choose a different kind of business model. The default is trading your time for money at a 9-5 job, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

Like it or not, you are an entrepreneur who has to sell your skills in exchange for compensation.

Life changes when you accept that fact and get creative in how you deliver value.

You have more options than any other generation. How will you proceed?