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Self Employment vs. Small Business Owner

Earl’s P&B Brief: Josh is Stuck in Self Employment

There is a huge difference between being self-employed and being a business owner. A self-employed person, for the most part, does every task (all the responsibilities) in his/her business endeavor; while a small business owner/entrepreneur hires others to perform task and manages them and the business. Josh is making the transition from functioning as a self-employed person to business owner/entrepreneur. In this Brief we will see the steps he is taking to make the transition.


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Earl Boyd is the Director of Entrepreneur Services at Entrepreneur Works as well as the facilitator of GNEC’s Urban Entrepreneur Development Institute. In his roles he equips entrepreneurs with the skills to start a business, operate an existing business better or develop growth strategies for an existing business.

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