and earn the money you deserve
Helping People in Need is what you Love to do
Helping people in need is what you love to do as a Social Worker. Above all and everything else. But often you get distracted: the system you have to work in doesn’t always support you and your passion. Your salary doesn’t align with the huge value you deliver.
Have you ever thought of creating your own system that allows you to focus on helping these people and in the same time bring in enough money to feed your family?
Have you ever thought of combining your helping skills with entrepreneurial skills to turn your value into real cash?
Have you ever thought of starting your own business to create the vehicle that carries your dream? A business that pays your own salary? A business that allows you to fully focus on helping people while earning a good income?
HAPPY SOCIAL WORKER ENTREPRENEUR JELLE BEFORE HE STARTED HIS BUSINESS
"But no matter how hard I work, no matter how I try to be innovative ... at the end of each month my salary is still the same! This started to feel uncomfortable ..."
Jelle de Boer
A PASSION FOR SOCIAL WORK
I’m a Social Worker. I’m one of you. I’ve build my own business. I made the journey and transformation myself. My business allows me a good salary. Now I’m helping other Social Workers to build a business too.
When I started my business I was not sure at all that I would succeed in make a living. To be honest: The newspaper told me that more than 50% of starting entrepreneurs fail in their first year.
And yes my first year was a struggle. The second and third year also. But there was something that kept me going. And in my fourth year things started to change. In my sixth year I made my first six-figure in revenue.
Finally I could congratulate myself in making a good living for me and my family while still feeling aligned with my Social Soul.
That’s when I started thinking: what is it that I’m doing different from these entrepreneurs who fail. And I came up with 5 crucial factors that are the basis for my success. Why I was able to successfully transform from Social Worker into a Social Worker Entrepreneur.
Now I want to share these factors with you.
© 2017 Anneke Krakers