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5 Benefits of Being Your Own Boss When You Have Depression

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Owning a business was something I never thought I’d be able to do. I thought having depression meant I was too “too” for entrepreneurship: too scatterbrained, too tired all the time, too unmotivated, too moody.

But when I finally hit a wall (and rock bottom) with traditional employment, I decided to take a leap into the self-employment world — and I haven’t looked back.

Here are my favorite things about being an entrepreneur living with depression: 1. I can make my own schedule and work at my best times. The majority of the working world operates on a “9 to 5” schedule, which is brutal for a non-morning person like myself (and many people with depression).

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