Episode 345: Best Way to Transition from Employee to Business Owner

When starting a business, it is crucial to treat it like a “baby” that needs constant attention and investment. Just as a “baby” requires both time and nourishment to grow, a business needs both time and money to thrive.

In this episode, Adam Stott and Charlie answer listener questions on various topics. Adam provides insightful advice on how to transition from a full-time job to a side hustle, emphasizing the necessity of investing time and money into the business.

Adam also answers how to create boundaries and stop people-pleasing. He suggests creating a list of do’s and don’ts, and understanding the reasons behind these boundaries. He emphasizes that setting boundaries can save entrepreneurs hours in their business and lead to more productive work.

Show Highlights:

  • Investing time and money into your business to generate enough revenue to overtake your current job income
  • Consider if being a business owner is right for you
  • Building skills can also lead to wealth
  • Set boundaries and focus on pleasing clients by explaining your boundaries to others with clear reasons
  • Benefits of setting boundaries in business

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Please note this is a verbatim transcription from the original audio and therefore may include some minor grammatical errors.

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