I had a thought that was running on my mind when I was for my afternoon walk. And it was to do with being able to make decisions. Have you encountered that situation where you have valid feedback in potentially increasing revenue for a business but they either will "pass it on" or don't care?

Yeah, this is one of the reasons why I wanted to work for myself. Having ME be able to call the shots and not go through funnel of people where it leads to nothing. I consider myself where I think outside the box most of the time and the ideas, it could of benefited the business but it went out the door.

For me personally working for someone above me restricts that creativity thinking. This is something I suggest people try and do is to be able to work for yourself at least once. Making the decision to have a gap year off work and do something you truly love doing and see where it leads you. We have the internet, and you can make a shit load of money if you play your cards right. There shouldn't be any reason not to pursue what you want in life, especially working at a job you hate - it doesn't make sense.

In it for the security of a stable job? You're building up unwanted stress, something that will compound days, weeks and years ahead to that point where it creeps around their family and friends to the point where they can't take it anymore. eg divorce, suicide, etc  

Growing up was tough, I did things I didn't want to do - it took me 26 years to find out what really matters to me and building Creator Mindset brings me joy as it feels like it's my own child I'm looking after.