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Today I unveiled my newsletter and announced I’m now a full-time media strategist.
I never expected to be self-employed, let alone my own boss, before the age of 30. To pursue this route at the ripe age of 25 will be a daring, bold, crazy, yet awesome. I look forward to undertaking this challenge and helping people find their voice. Lord knows conservatives and outdoor folks need help creating effective content strategy. And a little help will go a long way!
This isn’t uncommon. More Millennials, those currently aged 18-35, have an entrepreneurial spirit in spite of anti-free enterprise rhetoric emanating from government and pop culture today. As Fortune noted in February, more young people are discovering entrepreneurship sooner than their predecessors:
According to the findings, millennials are discovering entrepreneurship significantly earlier than boomers did. While the older generation launched their first businesses at roughly 35 years old, so-called “millennipreneurs”? are setting out around 27—which means some of them already have almost a decade of experience.
Moreover, freelancing is now defining the business landscape. Over 35% of the workforce comprises freelancers who’ve generated over a trillion in revenue this year alone. How fantastic is that?!
Though some Millennials only embrace an entrepreneurial mentality, let it be known that this Millennial boasts both the mindset AND lives the lifestyle.
What led me to pursue this path, you ask? Small business is in my DNA. My father owns his own construction business. My uncle owns his own appliance repair business. Since my family was deprived of business opportunities while living in the former Soviet Union, they set their sights to create them here in the United States. Small business has defined this country and made it great. In spite of big government and big business, it is still possible to launch your own business in America today. There just have to be fewer roadblocks and burdens placed on people so they can unleash their full human potential. Free enterprise is the best antidote to statism, cronyism, and big government. I’m excited to do my part to bolster it and provide services that benefit and help people.
Do you run a conservative/libertarian group, caucus, or hold state office? Do you operate in the outdoor/shooting sports industry? Do you run a small business? Then let’s be in touch!
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- Posted by Gabriella Hoffman
- On November 14, 2016
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