Very accurate list. When you started your blog in , did you keep it secret from your employer? Was it easy? Any tips? Asking for a friend. You never know who will throw sand in your food as my mother says. A lady at work was leaving for another company. Long story short, corporate lawyers got involved and the other company rescinded their employment offer.
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She was then unemployed for several months until she managed to get another job. Such great advice! In my case, I disclosed to them about my plan before the site started and the plan got rejected. But I decided To start my own site anyway because that is my right after work hours.
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I can do whatever I want at home. Work cannot determine whether you have a Twitter account or a journal, so I forged ahead and never talked about my endeavors. You are right to mention that it is better not to reveal the plan to others at all. One should continue to execute the plan remotely.
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If it does not come to plan, it is perfectly alright as one will have gained valuable experience and decide on the next course of action. I bought that plan because it was the most economically sound one. Now it looks like it lines up perfect with your theory. Well looks like will be when Xrayvsn will be faced with a decision. You just never know. But with focus and consistency, good things happen. Did you determine that point or did your hosting company suggest the transition? If you did, what was the criteria you used to pull the trigger?
I had created so many self imposed mental obstacles that delayed the start of my blog. People suggested I write a blog almost 2 yrs ago.
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Glad I took the plunge. And on a side note. How in the heck do you write three articles a week? To get one with good content seems to take forever after my 10 million rewrites. I think it gets easier over time frankly.
But then again, the first year was so exciting and fun I found it to be a pretty easy as well. A lot of times you just have to let imperfection go and press publish and correct it later. Every time I changed jobs was a higher risk for me than most. I have a neurological disorder that I always tried to hide. It causes loss of control, dizziness etc. Interviews were difficult too because stress always brought on the attacks.
But I did it anyway. I pushed myself forward. A new job meant I had to prove myself all over again, and work twice as hard because of the disability. Every change in job was a huge leap of faith for me. Some things could be so different and others would likely have turned out similar or the same.
Of your three alternate scenarios I could picture number 2 or 3. Really good list of six tips! I can vouch for the benefits of negotiating a severance! Your book and advice changed my life!! Nice list!!
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And the answer is yes, I do plan on going out on my own! I started in January this year and going to give it 2 years part time, then quit my day job in ! My husband is on board. Of course, now I am working extremely hard, both at my day job and on my part time business.
Best of luck on your journey! Since you have a two-year plan and a spouse, I think things are gonna work out fine. I think it is such a personal decision that your list of things to consider could go on and on.
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Build a Financial safety net, assess ability to reduce expenses dramatically if things turn sour, build a return to workforce plan, assess ability of your family, friends, others to support you if things go down, make sure your mariage is strong enough to support downside stress, etc, etc. All very complicated but I think you have laid out a good start.
You have to have supreme confidence if you plan to go out on your own. Otherwise, you never will. I think having the safety net of passive income helps a ton.