Maybe my story will provide some insight. I'm 31 years old and working in a dead end job.
Iíve been working in my full time job now for just over 5 years. Iím a mechanical engineer by trade. Over the past year I knew I wanted to quit and explore other streams of income, but I was scared. In June I finally got the courage to hand in my resignation.
Now I didnít know how this was all going to turn out, so I figured that I would just hand in my letter of resignation and that would be that. In the meantime I would have to figure out a way to put food on the table.
While I was speaking with the president of the company I work for, he was very supportive of my new business ideas. He thought it was great. He also said that he would help me out and provide me with a part time contract position while I got my business up and running. I was surprised when I heard this.
Iíve made arrangements to work 2 days a week as a consultant. My new hourly rate is going to be 3 times the rate Iím currently paid as a salary employee. Granted, this new hourly rate will not include benefits, a pension plan, vacation days, or any of the other fun things that come with a job, and Iím ok with that.
My first day of Freedom will be November 1, 2008. Now I can put food on the table and still build my blog and coaching business, Freedom Education.
In June of this year I was at a seminar in Toronto with Bob Proctor. It was in Bob's seminar that I finally made the tough decision to resign from my job.
Marinik, to be completely honest, I think that's the source of it all: You have to decide to quit. That one decision will start to move unseen forces into place for your future.
If you want to read the rest of my story just follow this link...Freedom Day - Nov 1, 2008 | Freedom Education