I’ve recently done a survey which showed that 49% of you would love to start your own business if you could make the same money you are making in your job and further 34% of you were interested if you only knew how to do it.

Many people dream of leaving the “rat race” behind and starting their own business. While it might sound like a tall order, in reality it is quite possible if you take the proper steps along the way. One of the best ways to reach this goal is to start a side business while you are still working full-time. This minimizes your risk, while giving you hope that you will eventually be able to move full-time over to your business. You will also deal with much less stress because, presumably, you will at least have a solid cash flow from your side business before you ever quit your “real job.”

A few years ago, while working full time in recruitment, I’ve decided I wanted to start a side business. I’ll tell you a story of how I came up with an idea of interview coaching on another occasion, but I’ve learnt it is absolutely possible to start a business while keeping a full time job. Let me give you a few tips in this video:

These five tips should help you get well on your way towards achieving the dream of running your own business.

Are you currently working on a side business? Have you made the leap to working on your own business full time? I’d love to hear your tips and thoughts on the subject!



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