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Leadership

This CEO Breaks Down Why Working for Yourself Is Just as Great as You'd Hope

This entrepreneur has the freedom to do what she wants, how she wants.
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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner, Business Rockstars talks with Jen Proctor, the CEO of Cultivated Entertainment. The CEO knew from a young age that she wanted to work in some capacity in entertainment, but she says one of the most rewarding parts of being an entrepreneur is being able to make decisions and do things whenever she wants rather than constantly working under another person. 

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Related: How These Women CEOs Raise Money in Rooms Full of Men

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