In this table we propose a few reasons for you to identify what your profile is. Are you an entrepreneur or are you an employee?
|1. Earn income even while you sleep. Entrepreneurs earn passive income.||Only earns income during working hours. Employees earn active income, I mean, “no work there is no pay”, on a daily or monthly basis.|
|2. Has unlimited opportunities to have income.||Has limited income and fixed and secure remuneration.|
|3. Gives jobs.||Find a job.|
|4. It is responsible for your customers, the public and their employees are happy. An entrepreneur has a greater responsibility. Your income depends on those interested in your business.||He is responsible for making his boss happy as his remuneration depends on him.|
|5.. Entrepreneurs are committed to their passion. And they invest a lot of work and patience because they believe in what they do.||He does regular working hours. Employees often do routine tasks.|
|6. Gives yourself rest and vacation, when your company becomes stable (Flexible)||Makes annual leave limited and allowed by your boss (Restricted)|
|7. Pay taxes on your income after deducting your expenses. An entrepreneur can claim as deductions from their taxable income the deductible expenses of their relationship with their business||Pay taxes on your income. An employee cannot claim as deductions of his taxable income his transportation, Fuel, food and other employment-related expenses.|
|8. Take risks and take responsibility for them. Entrepreneurs are revolutionary and innovative.||He stays in his comfort zone . But, can we call it a comfort zone, when boredom is the bread of every day?|
|9. Hire and fire employees. When an employer has an incompetent and irresponsible employee, if you've fired him does it through due process.||He is hired and fired by the businessman. If the job doesn't like it it's hard to quit as it's up to it to survive.|
|10. Gives jobs. The entrepreneur is the owner of the company and the interviewer.||Find a job. The applicant is an employee of the person for which he or she is interviewed for the job.|
|11. Content creator||He's a reader.|
|12. You can own other similar businesses. Entrepreneurs can expand their businesses and share the slices of their success with others.||You can't be a worker in other similar companies. Employees are restricted by a clause of the agreement, I mean, they are not allowed to share their skills, talents and education with competition.|
|13. They don't require education degrees to become entrepreneurs. We can see that the most successful entrepreneurs are college dropers. Some even are already millionaires.||Requires higher education to get a higher position. Employees are exposed to educational discrimination.|
|14. Acquires a high economic power at a young age.||Acquires wealth after long years of work. Except, Of course, if you're a Microsoft employee, Apple o Google.|
|15. Create a system you like and follow.||You have to follow the system whether you like it or not|
|16. Get the most out of your talents and skills. And this is where the passion begins, enthusiasm and happiness.||Use your talents and skills half-heartedly, unless you've found a job, Literally, Perfect!|
|17. You have a flexible schedule and can always cancel your schedule to give your family and your spiritual obligations time.||You have no flexibility in schedule and have to ask your boss's permission to devote time to your family and your spiritual obligations.|
|18. He does regular physical exercise, if you program it on your schedule.||You can do regular physical exercise, if your job allows you to have a proper schedule for it.|
|19. You can control your private life.||You can't control your privacy within your workplace.|
|20. You can transfer your business as a legacy or inheritance to your spouse or children.||You may not transfer your work as a legacy or inheritance to your spouse or children.|
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Convinced that everything leaves a mark, I help companies better connect with their stakeholders through personal branding programs (personal brand management) and employee advocacy (programs of branded internal ambassadors).
Soymimarca Partner, Integrates Personal Branding and The Human Branding, I also collaborate with Ponte en Valor, Brandergizers, MoreThanLaw, Noema Consulting, AdQualis and QUIFER Consultants.
I participate in various programs at IESE, ISDI and EAE, UPF's Social Media Graduate and UVIC, among others. Collegiate advertising, Master in Marketing. Humanities Degree Student.
My advertising DNA comes from 20 years in agencies: Time/BBDO, J.W.T., Bassat Ogilvy, Saatchi & Saatchi, Altraforma and TVLowCost among others.