Discover how you score on the 5 pillars
- and learn how you can plan to escape from the 9 to 5 for good
As it turns out, deciding that you want to create a career and life for yourself outside of the 9 to 5 - deciding to quit your job and start a business - is only the beginning. It's a massive step, and requires a lot of courage and commitment, but it is just the very first step. Following that decision, you may find that you experience overwhelm when faced with all the different possibilities for what to do next; doubts as to whether you're doing the right thing, especially through the inevitable dips in confidence and results; frustration when you're working with difficult clients and not getting paid enough; anxiety as you wonder where your next client will come from, and when; and, if you push yourself too much, stress to the point of burnout.
Through the twists and turns of my own transition out of my corporate employment and into working for myself, and through supporting my clients and community over the past 5+ years, I've identified 5 key areas that you need to focus on in order to make your escape plan, and your business, viable for the long term. If you're lacking in one or more of these areas, then you're probably struggling with some aspect of the escape process. This is not just about financial success but about creating something that is meaningful, enjoyable, and manageable in the context of all the other things (and people) that you're dealing with in your life. Knowing where you are in each area will help you identify what to focus on going forward.
Building a life outside of the 9 to 5
The scorecard consists of 50 statements that will help you discover where you are on each of the 5 pillars, give you an indication of specific areas to focus on, and offer you clear next steps for how to improve your score.
You'll also get access to a free masterclass that will take you through the 5 pillars, and corresponding action steps, in more detail, as well as the option to discuss your results with me personally on the phone.