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If you’re bored at work and you feel like you have more to offer than the corporate structure allows, you’re in good company. A recent Gallup poll found that 87% of workers worldwide “are emotionally disconnected from their workplaces.”
If nearly 9 in 10 people worldwide are checked out at work, should we expect a revolution of entrepreneurship?
“The first world-class belief about wealth you must adopt is that it’s possible to do what you love and get rich doing it,” says Steve Siebold, Huffington Post contributor and expert in the field of critical thinking and mental toughness training. “As the Gallup poll proves, the majority of people drag themselves to a job they don’t like while simultaneously worrying about getting fired.”
Here are the four main reasons you should consider leaving your job and starting a company.
A harsh reality often awaits many athletes after finishing their careers either as professionals, amateurs or at the increasingly competitive school-level. External factors change completely. There’s no more applause or scoreboards or locker rooms…a world without games and competition can feel very isolating and frustrating.
However, many athletes have discovered that the internal factors of their lives are the same. They still wake up each day looking for an opportunity to lead, to be part of a team, and to do something meaningful with their careers.
Many forward-thinking entrepreneurial businesses are taking notice and considering athletes as prime candidates to become franchise owners or corporate leaders.