Hobby, Job, or Company


Which one do you have? The lines are blurred, obviously, and sometimes the answer is not intuitive. If you have less freedom and more responsibility than ever, you might very well have a company. If you enjoy it, you certainly don’t have a job. And if you have visions of getting rich, you might very well have a hobby. Just kidding!

If you want to be taken seriously, you should have a company. And it doesn’t matter if you have no employees or dozens of them. But if you think of what you do as a business, you’ll do more planning, craft a compelling positioning for the marketplace, and think quite differently about the financial component of what you do.

More specifically, how does money relate to these three options (hobby, job, or company)? Here’s the relationship as it seems to unfold.

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