Should You Work Under Someone’s Freight Broker Business?

Have you ever wondered whether or not you should work under someone’s freight broker business?

If you have you’re not alone.

Should You Learn As You Go?

Most people that are interested in starting a freight broker business find themselves asking whether or not they should get a job that’ll allow them some form of on the job training, or if it’s smarter to wing it.

You know, learn as you go. And this is perfectly normal.

When I started my business, working under someone else’s auto transport business wasn’t an option. I knew I wanted to be an entrepreneur and knowing that I was going to be a first time mom, day care wasn’t a viable option.

But what if you’re not a first time mom, or a mom at all?

What if you’re a single bachelor looking to get into this industry?

Or someone who’s spent your entire life in corporate america and looking for a change?

It Doesn’t Matter.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a guy or gal, single or married, a parent or not, there are simple reasons for each decision.

So in this episode of ReloGeek TV, we’ll talk about my main reasons why you should work for someone else first and the only time you shouldn’t.

So check it out below:

 

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