In today's tight job market, finding a job is more than just a full-time job, it's like starting and maintaining your own business: a "Business of One".
These days, many job seekers aren't really employees, they're a "Business of One", as in you're that one person looking to sell, or market, your products or services to a so-called "Business of 1,000 (or more employees)."
In other words, it's easier to sell services and products to people who want them than it is to just simply get a job. Basically, in that "Business of One", you're a one-person public relations and marketing company, or "solo-preneur" looking to either get a job, or find new business/clients.
So, what are you waiting for? Instead of thinking of yourself as an "employee", think of yourself as a "Business of One."
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