Entrepreneurial Freedom

Read this post about entrepreneurial freedom. Now, many of you know that I spend a lot of time at the beach, near a golf course, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Bahamas, ski resorts, Disney and not much time in a traditional office. However, I seldom get complaints from my clients indicating that I’m not available to them, nor responsive to my needs. I have to tell you though, it appears that Bernie’s doing it up right.

So here’s the question. What’s the difference between you and Bernie? How can Bernie do this, but you can’t/don’t? Is it a good thing? Post a comment, or send me an email.

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One thought on “Entrepreneurial Freedom

  1. In a service oriented business model, I think it is fabulous that the virtual office is an option. As long as the client is serviced and the relationship can be formed without the trappings of a traditional office it saves overhead, and to some, sanity. I believe if you are free from traditional trappings of the office you are free to focus on the client and isn’t that the point!

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