You think if you leave your career, you’re starting over.
But you’re not.
It’s like driving for a while and then getting to a fork in the road where you have to decide whether to keep going straight or bear off in a different direction.
To choose a different direction, you’re not going back to where you started – you’re bearing off from where you are now.
You’re bringing all of the knowledge and experience from your career into your business.
You’re probably thinking that your knowledge and experience is totally unrelated so is not transferable to your business.
I promise you that’s not true.
Writing C# code as a Software Engineer gave me mental stamina, patience, and a strong attention to detail.
As a Project Manager, I learned the skills of planning and organizing, as well as the importance of seeing/treating every person as an individual.
All of which helps me tremendously as a life coach today.
Your skills are transferable too.
And it adds to the value that you’re providing to your customers/clients which is factored into how much you charge.
(And if you’re not factoring that into your price, we definitely need to talk.)
This is just one of the things we look at when we’re creating your Exit Plan for leaving your job.
So if you’re ready to bring everything you’ve learned and experienced and go all in on your business, click HERE. It’s time. Let’s. Go.