One of the biggest questions people face when going out on their own is simply, when? When should you take the plunge to become an entrepreneur? How do you know that it’s time?
Before Jacob and I became entrepreneurs, we each had experiences letting us know we were ready and it was time. For me, it was a string of bad jobs and failed business ideas. I felt stifled and fed up, especially after getting fired from a corporate job. Then I realized people were constantly asking me to speak, write and create content for them, which has now turned into my own business.
Jacob built his business on the side while working full time. Once his business was successful enough that he could afford to live on it, he was able to quit his other job and go full time.
Each person has their own journey and experience that gives them the nudge that it’s time to take the plunge. But before you jump into the world of being your own boss, here are seven things you should know how to do:
If you don’t have all of these skills, take time to develop them while you’re still in the security of a full-time job. There is never a perfect time to go out on your own. Our experiences were each different, and each person will have their own path and journey. Entrepreneurship is all about mentality. If you are in the right mindset and have the right skills, you can be ready to take the plunge whenever it’s right for you.
In the PDF you will get our complete technology stack which lists out all of the tools and platforms we use and how we use them to build a 7-figure business.