Who Do You Work For?

Posted by Frank Kreze Posted Date:12/10/2018 8:31 AM

A common misconception of many is thinking they work for someone else.  We may choose to be employed somewhere but the reality is we all work for our own goals.
 
Some people give up their right to a bright future by not setting goals for where they want to go.  They let others set their goals for them.
 
It doesn’t matter where you are in life as much as where you are going.  Do something today that will take you closer to your goals.   And remember, what you do in life is not as important as why you do it.

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