If you’re planning on quitting your job soon, you’re (hopefully) saving up around 6-8 months expenses so you have some cushion (aka a Runway) if your business crashes and burns in the first few months.
In order to save the biggest pile of cash you can before leaving your job, I wanted to put together a long list of ideas on how you can save even more. Continue reading →
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This article is part of a series of learnings I’ve had from reading “The E-Myth Revisited” by Michael Gerber. It’s been one of those pivotal books in business for me so far. The only other one of it’s caliber has been Start with Why by Simon Sinek. I decided that instead of putting together one review of the book, I’d break it up into the major lessons I learned from reading it. Here is the full review page that compiles all of these together. Enjoy!
One thing that really stuck out to me when it came to the E-Myth came in Chapter 14: Your Organizational Strategy. Continue reading →
If you talk to a lot of people building side hustles, chances are many of them are podcast junkies. I’m definitely one of those people, although I have times where I delete everything off my phone and go on a “podcast diet.”
Other than those times, you can generally find tons of podcasts on my phone. I find taking the dog for a long walk and listening to a good show really relaxing and inspiring.
That said, I decided to put together a list of some great podcasts I’d recommend you listen to if you’re getting into online business, looking for ideas, or just some great nerdy entertainment. Continue reading →
Don’t feel like reading? Here is afree spreadsheet you can use to quickly find out how much you have left to save and how long it will take.
Are You Financially Ready to Quit Your Job?
Quitting your job is scary. You’re essentially walking out of the most “comfortable” position you’ve ever been in financially, and from pretty much everything you’ve considered “normal” about making a living over the past few years. Continue reading →