entrepreneurMyself Arnab Sadhu, I am empowering people to live the life of choice by helping them with life and financial goals beyond the typical 9 to 5 job by creating a secondary source of income and achieve financial confidence and in the long run create financial security and wealth creation. In this article, I like to narrate about the 4 freedoms and 3 circles that fuels my entrepreneurship journey.

1. Freedom of Time

I want to spend my working life doing what I really enjoy doing, and I also want the freedom to spend time not working too, so I can have a full life and pursue my other interests.

2. Freedom of Money

I don’t want a ceiling on how much money I can make for doing a great job, for coming up with valuable new solutions. When my efforts generate money, I don’t want anyone dictating how much of that money I can keep.

3. Freedom of Relationship

There are certain people I love working with both inside and outside my business and I want to spend more and more of my time surrounded just by these people whom I appreciate.

4. Freedom of Purpose

The path I follow is not just a job or a career, it’s actually a vehicle to all sorts of things that relate to superior values and ideals in life. This allows me to have a tremendous sense of purpose. My vehicle is the greatest contributors of money, opportunity, and capability to communities all over the world through empowerment.



The THREE Circle of Knowledge

I had to go through an entire paradigm shift before I realised that the path I was following earlier would never be able to take me where my aspirations are

When I ventured into the unknown I got my answers. Three Circles of Knowledge.

Knowingly or unknowingly, each and every successful entrepreneur possesses this extremely special quality. The quality of increasing their “knowledge circle”.

There are three types of circles:

1. Things I Know

Anything which I know comes in this circle. Like I know my name, I know how to drive, I know how to work on a computer etc. This circle is extremely small.

2. Things I know that I Don’t Know

Anything which I have heard or watched but haven’t given a heed to learn come into this circle. Like I don’t know how to do plastic surgery, I don’t know how to make a mobile phone etc. This circle is fairly big as compared to the 1st circle.

3. Things I Don’t know that I Don’t Know

Things which I don’t know that even existed comes in this circle. This circle is extremely big; you could say this circle is infinite times bigger than the above two circles.

When I started my entrepreneurial journey, major of my paradigm shift happened at the 3rd circle.

Author Bio: Arnab Sadhu, Entrepreneur | Empowering People to Live Life of Choice by Achieving Life and Financial Goals