Whether you’ve started an Ebay store, a photography business or gaining work as a consultant in your field of expertise, it is common for entrepreneurs to begin their business as a side-hustle.
However, frustratingly, the full time job eats up most of your day. You would much rather spend more time working on your baby enterprise.
Naturally, you will be tempted to stack the eggs in the one basket as soon as the side-gig shows signs of working.
The important thing here is patience and preparation. Especially with a family in tow.
When the enviable (if not immensely nerve-wracking) time comes for you to ditch the day job to concentrate wholly on the business, there are some steps you need to take first.
If you don’t plan the leap properly, you could find yourself sheepishly asking your old boss for your job back. And nobody wants that.
Here’s the steps you should take to make the transition as successful as possible: