Why we persist working from home or work for ourselves if we could “just get a job”?
Well, it supposes that there are jobs out there worth it. In this recession, they are becoming less and less, but even if you had one, why would you still have your own business “on the side”?
Here’s an interesting answer … a little philosophical …, but still worth reading:
The power to negotiate a wage only comes with the power to say “no” to the terms offered, and this privilege comes only from the possession of an alternative to wage. And only this property confers. Where employees have their own property and can make their own way in the world, is a wage contract that they accept probably a fair one, one that rewards free their productivity. But in the absence of a real alternative, there is no real negotiations; You cannot negotiate if you can’t say “no”.
You can read the article here
Note the history lesson from the 16th century England there too:
We know that in the 16th century in England, before capitalism came to dominate social relationships, a common worker and his family by 15 weeks of work, and a skilled worker can deliver by 10. The latter, a century after the conclusion of the commons and the seizure of the monasteries, which directly England in a capitalist country, transformed those songs was 40 weeks and 32 weeks, respectively.
What is the difference?
Others possess the fruit of our labor no matter how much they moan that we are not productive enough for them!
That’s why the path to freedom or property … acquire implies that, for us, skills, tools, software, knowledge, livestock or “natural property” i.e. means the country and the management of the product of our labors.
What will you do today to be free?