060: How to Know When it’s Time to Leave your Day Job

Whenever a creative business client asks me when it’s time to leave their day job, I usually ask them these six different questions to see if they’re ready. I also have advice to make sure certain aspects of their business are in place to make sure it is a successful transition. If you’ve been thinking about quitting your 9-to-5 to pursue a creative business dream listen to this first! And I also want to share my story about how I left my computer job.

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Six Indicators It's time to leave your day job and pursue your creative business dreams Jennifer Allwood Podcast

 

 

2 comments
  1. Fatima Holland
    Fatima Holland
    March 26, 2018 at 4:58 am

    Hi Jennifer! I just love all the information you provide! It is always so spot on and encouraging ! You are diffidently a Blessing ❤️ Fatima

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  2. Debbie
    Debbie
    March 27, 2018 at 8:23 pm

    Jennifer is the highlight to my day! I just finished listening to the Podcast “I’m not Anti-Etsy” 3/14/18 and she is so right! I’ve been selling on Etsy for years, in fact, I have 5 shops currently and I do very well on that platform. But I’ve always been taught not to put your eggs in one basket and Jennifer repeats this over and over again in this podcast. My gut instinct was to have my own website alongside my Etsy shop but I got so caught up in trying to run my Etsy shops I forgot the golden rule! So this podcast definitely spoke to me and now I have to stop being complacent and get my own website before something happens to my Etsy shops and I am left with nothing. It’s been gnawing at me for years and hearing Jennifer say it was the tap on the shoulder- to just get started on this new project. I feel a tad overwhelmed but I’m going to do this in 2018! Thanks Jennifer for being the reminder that I needed and the bright spot in my day! xoxo, Deb

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