Is Your Job Secure? Why not have a back-up plan.


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In today's issue...

Is Your Job Secure?
Why not have a back-up plan.

Are you an employee? If so, you should be aware of an emerging work place reality... the relationship between employer and employee contains a growing amount of insecurity. The hard truth is, job security is now really a thing of the past.

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In fact, the very idea of "job security" is becoming antiquated. In its place is a new reality called "employment security". This relatively new concept states that if you concern yourself with being a valuable person and employee, someone that is of value to an employer, you may not be guaranteed to keep your job but you will likely be able to get another one.

While the original relationship between the employer and the employee will probably be around forever, in the future it will not be as commonplace as it is today. Many employers are starting to outsource some of the work that was traditionally performed by employees to freelancers and small businesses.

That's because with today's high speed of technological change, the necessary expertise to perform certain functions can literally change from year to year. In many cases it's simply easier and cheaper to hire different people on a limited time basis instead of continuously having one employee trying to keep up with all the different tricks of the trade.

This trend will have far reaching consequences for today's workforce. Even the more experienced employees will have to stay sharp. They can't sit on their laurels anymore because they will continuously have to prove their worth in new situations, more now than ever before.

Some consider this outsourcing trend a huge threat to their career. The truth is, they probably should.

If you are an employee, even a top-notch worker, it is time that YOU started developing a back-up plan. After all, it is YOUR future that is at stake.

So what kind of backup plan can you put together? Here's what many savvy employees across the globe are doing...

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One way many folks are adapting to this outsourcing phenomenon is by taking the opportunity to start their own business. Many do this while still working on their day job, either full- or part-time.

Many of these newborn entrepreneurs start businesses that perform a function that was formerly performed by an employee. Sometimes people even come back to their original employer who has now become their customer! One thing's for sure, running your own business can earn you FAR more money than being an employee.

This raises questions for many people who currently hold a job. Which functions will continue to be performed by employees and which jobs might eventually be outsourced?

It would be hard if not impossible to make an easy distinction at most companies. It usually depends on many different factors like: the importance of the job for that particular business, as well as the ability to attract the right people.

If you can identify some possible outsourcing needs at your company, you can be sure other companies in your arena have those same or similar needs. Perhaps you could fill them? Why not start looking at starting your own business on a part-time basis.

Starting your own business offers many benefits that traditional employment does not. The number one benefit is that you can earn an income with virtually no limits. Plus, you can choose a niche that you are passionate about.

Imagine actually helping others directly rather than being a small part of the big picture. With most traditional jobs, employees never get to see first hand the difference they are making in someone else's business, or life for that matter.

On the other hand, when you start your own business you will not only see first hand the difference you are making, you are directly involved in the process while it is evolving. This is a very strong draw for those who seek and gain their gratification from helping others.

Oh, and have you ever noticed that the people making the most money are usually the folks who are passionate about what they are doing? Someone who puts their heart and soul into every aspect of their OWN business almost always earns the greatest rewards.

When you see someone with passion in their business, you will most likely see someone who is going to be around for quite a while or has already been around for a long time. I've noticed that this is a common denominator shared by many of the top marketing gurus today and it carries over to virtually all niches.

This brings me to my final point. There is no limit to the amount of ways that someone can make a living, especially with the emergence of the Internet, but you MUST choose a topic that is also part of your passion. Whether you choose to spin your new business venture off of your existing job, or you decide on a brand new niche, it MUST be something you are passionate about. This passion greatly increases the odds of a long and successful business of your OWN.

Why not take a few moments today and consider what you could start on a part-time basis in the new year. Ask questions at work. Take notice what jobs always seem hard to fill, and which jobs seem to pay higher and higher salaries. Find out which jobs are beginning to be outsourced. Once you start observing things from a new perspective, as a possible business owner, you may find a need and a way to fill it - with your own business!

See ya in a few weeks...
Jim Daniels

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