A recent Gallop poll reported by CNN and USA Today revealed that 61% of currently employed Americans, if given the choice, would rather own their own business, rather than work for someone else. Only 38% said they would rather work for someone else. Yet, at the moment, only 10% of adults are self-employed. Why?
Unfortunately, most of us, for one reason or another, spend most of our lives trying to determine what we love to do, only to figure it out when we are too old to do anything about it! Many of us spend about the first half of our lives working without the happiness we had hoped we would get from our work.
We seem to be prone to make an all too common mistake as we struggle to provide for ourselves and our families. We associate down time with happy time. We assume if we had more ease we would be happier. Yet, we innately know that happiness is found in what we do, not in doing little or nothing.
We are most happy when we are working at what we love to do. We feel joy in using our God given creativity in working to help others. In the process of doing things that really matter to us we change for the better who we are and what we want to be.
We find happiness as we focus on using our talents to do those things that bring real satisfaction – building relationships, connecting with and educating others, and giving the gift of hope.
The farrier business is just such an opportunity. It’s a great way to express your creativity in a way it will be appreciated, find greater financial independence, and rely on your own potential.
Find out more about the professional farrier opportunity by visiting us at www.butlerprofessionalfarrierschool.com and take our farrier aptitude test and see if you have the passion and talent to learn this craft and start your own rewarding business. You’ll be happy you did!
Butler Professional Horseshoeing School
495 Table Road
Crawford, NE 69339
If you think you want to become a farrier (or know someone who does), this book can help you make that decision. Horse owners will learn the importance of choosing a qualified farrier and how to select the “right” one.
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