PageBreak Podcast | A book review podcast for designers, freelancers, and other nerds

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Snippet 10: Actually, Starting Your Own Company Is Less Risky Than Working For Someone Else

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(Episode listen time – 10:35 – download mp3)

For this Snippet, we discuss Actually, Starting Your Own Company Is Less Risky Than Working For Someone Else by Scott D. Gerber on BusinessInsider.com. Hope you enjoy! Please subscribe to our podcast feed via RSS or iTunes so that you can be sure to get the shows as soon as they are released! :) If you know of a blog post you’d like to hear our 2bits (or bytes) on, let us know!

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  • I don’t know about being less “risky”, but I am finally coming to grips with the realisation that starting on my own is the only course of action after five years of mostly fruitless job-hunting. Some would say that starting your own business because you can’t find a job is the worst reason imaginable, and such an endeavor should be fueled by passions, not frustrations, but as you say, times are different now.

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