Want To Quit Your Job and Work From Home? Here are 3 Things You Need to Know

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Quitting your job can be such a release! Especially if it is from a place that you royally hate! Many people are opting to work from home these days due to the freedom and flexibility that comes with it. People are becoming more and more creative when trying to discover jobs where they can make money without leaving the comfort of their home.


Some people are looking to find online jobs that will replace their income, while others are ready to take their money and start their own business.


Whatever your reasons for wanting to quit a job, it is imperative that you have a few things ready as you try to create innovative ways to make money and essentially survive when you decided to take that faithful leap into the unknown.



3 Things To Know Before You Quit Your Job


Have A Detailed Plan

Everyone assumes that they have a great idea to make money fast when they leave their job. They assume that their product or service will be such a hit that as soon as they start their business, they will be raking in the dough.


This could be you, but without an extremely detailed plan, it is less likely that this will be you. Leaving your job and hoping that God or the universe will take care of you is nice, but both of these thoughts still require work on your end.


If you do not know how to achieve your dream, it’s hard for any of these factors to work because you don’t know where you want to go.  Create your plan to answer some of the following questions:

  • Where do you see yourself in 30 days? 60 days? 90 days?

  • How much do you plan on making each month?

  • What is your marketing strategy?

  • How do you plan on growing your business?

  • What is your budgeting plan?

By using just a few of these guided questions, your plan will have some of the basic details needed for your great exit.



Save Enough Funds

So you are ready to quit your day job (yay!) but do you have enough funds to do so? At first getting out there and starting your own thing sounds amazingly fun! Until you remember that no matter what, you still have bills to pay.


Starting a business will drain much of your funds initially because you are purchasing products, trying to get yourself out there in the public eye, and many other costly things needed to grow your business. Make sure you have enough money to live off of and sustain yourself as you grow your business.

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If you don’t blow up as soon as you think you will, you must ensure you still have enough funds to survive. Also remember being a business owner is about sacrifice and discipline, which means it isn’t always about having tons of money. It is also about curbing spending habits and cutting off bills or services that aren’t necessary. (Sorry Hello Fresh!)


Be Patient, Timing Is Everything

At this point, you have quit your job and now you have a home based business. That’s great! You have to start somewhere. Starting a business can be a fun, exhilarating, and stressful process. One final thing to keep in mind is timing is key!  


You may not blow up in the first month, or sixth month, or heck even your first year! Does that mean give up? NO! It may mean to change a process, or learn new tactics, but it doesn’t mean to quit. The steps to starting a business takes time, and requires much in the beginning and more as you go on. Having a reasonable expectation of how long it’ll take your business to grow, will lessen disappointment when things don’t go your way.


Sometimes you will see immediate results and sometimes your results are delayed. At the end of the day, just don’t give up and you will start to see the fruits of your labor. Many people who are successful were on their last pennies before their business took off.  The difference between them and you? They never gave up and I hope you don’t either.


Making money from home can be a big step to take for those looking for something better. It is important that you take these three things to heart when considering quitting your job. The better prepared you are, the more successful your endeavors will be.