Are you thinking about quitting your job? Make sure you do this first
I hear people all the time talking about quitting their job, and personally, I think that is a great thing for many different reasons.
The thing is many employees have got programmed by their job into thinking a certain way. This way of thinking does not always work well when you see yourself on the other side of the coin as a business owner.
Things like a steady weekly salary coming in on the same day every week or every month. Trying to do as little as possible without getting fired from your job.
And leaving at 5.30pm and leaving your work worries at the door are not always possible when you run a proper business. At least not until you get it organized that way, and remember this is not necessarily likely to happen from day 1 of starting your business.
At the beginning when you are just starting out in your business, you will have quite a few expenses and may find yourself short of cash flow. That is until you start getting in some customers buying your products or services.
A shortage of cash flow means it will be harder to outsource or pay staff in the beginning unless you have a significant stash of capital or savings until you get your business off the ground.
That is why if you are thinking about quitting your job, it is important to be prepared financially first. And not just go running blindly into the world of Entrepreneurship.
There are some people who have a mindset that is really not cut out for it. The great thing about starting a business online is that you can get systems up in place so you do not need to be there 24/7.
So you can get started with an online business part-time. Then when your part-time income becomes more than your weekly or monthly salary for a steady period of time. Then you can afford to leave your job knowing that you have enough money coming in to cover your lifestyle and living expenses.
Of course, if you end up being lazy, or learn that you do not like setting up or being responsible for your own business. Then you can quit knowing that your job and income will still be there for the meanwhile. Until you work out something else that you would like to do.
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Great post!! This is just what i have been talking about with some of my mentee’s that i have been teaching this same concept that they truly need to wait to quit there job tell they have what your talking about in this post.
So my question would be what would be the best way to go about doing this if we have two jobs and don’t have a ton of time to really get things done like i want to?
Thanks again for the great post and i love how simple your site is to look around with lots of info on anything i can think of…
all be back again soon!!