I am excited to share the 12 things I did to transition to my startup full-time. This guide is a true summary of what I did to go from employee to self-employed in a two-year time period. If your cousin Kim’s friend Terry has an uncle whose brother’s daughter says it took her five years, that’s great, too. Not only do I wish that she could have gotten a hold of this guide sooner, I also can only vouch for what helped me become my own boss.
With that being said, buckle up. The entrepreneur journey is not for punks. In fact, it is responsible for helping me find my voice as a woman. It continuously shows me that I am tougher than I think I am and challenges me on many levels.
If you’re anything like me, you’re chasing your startup dream because your passion for it consumes you. When I finally decided that I wanted to work on Lioness full-time, it was because I had
reached a point when doing anything else was a distraction. I HAD to give this a try or I would never forgive myself.
This guide is for those women who seriously want to transition to self-employment in twenty-four months and want some assistance in doing so. I can promise you it won’t be easy, but I can
also promise you that it will be worth it.
Now, let’s take over the world!