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Is it really true that small business owners returning to the workforce are viewed this way?
That they are view one of two ways.
1.As failures-This person tried to run their own business but couldn’t hack it and here they are looking to return to the “rat races.” With their tails tucked between their legs.
2.This person is a threat they may try and take over or steal employees/customers if and when they are able to get over the stumbling blocks and get their own business going again.
Anyone coming from a position of failure is viewed in the negative light and you have to be prepared psychologically and mentally so as not to loose your self confidence. How you carry yourself when you get back to rat race is what determines how people view you.
But failure is not that fearful. When you fail at something, dont fail to get the lessons and be wiser in future. entrepreneurcrunch.com/fear-of-fail...
Source(s):1 year ago