When you work for someone else, you’re instructed to go with the flow, play nicely in the sandbox, and be a team player. The game plan changes, however, as you move from the comfort and security of the corporate world into the unknown and uncertainty of being a boomerpreneur or small-business owner. All of a sudden, it is all about you—your rules, your sandbox and, yes, you become the “I” in team.
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