Quitting Your Job to Start a Business?
What you'll learn
- Start a business without quitting your job
- Late Career Change
- How to Get Unstuck
- Career Clarity
- Quit Job & Start a Business
When you engage in a Skillful Career Transition, you are committed to making a conscious and organized plan to move from your established career or job to self employment. Being skillful when starting your business helps you to build the business you dream of, all while reducing risks and unintended consequences.
This course will give you tips for clarity, planning, getting started, tangible steps and pre-emptive financial considerations all while reducing some of the unnecessary stress that comes with leaving the safety of your established job to start a business later in life.
Join us to get clarity, make a plan, work your plan and set yourself up for success!
Who is this course for?
Established career professionals who are ready to leave the security of their jobs to start a business but have fear or financial uncertainty.
People who are burnt out doing what they're doing but feel stuck and aren't sure how to get from where they are to where they want to go.
Those who want to start a business but aren't ready to quit their "day job".
Lost your job and trying to figure out what's next? This course contains helpful tips for getting clarity of what you're working towards and things to think about when making career decisions.
Wishing you great success in your career endeavors!
Who this course is for:
- Mid to late career professionals who want to start a business but can't afford to quit their job to do it.
- Career professionals
After serving in technology sales and leadership roles for over two decades, founder Brenda Brooks, CCTC (Certified Career Transition Coach) began to realize that much of her work surrounded mentoring employees, coworkers and friends through a variety of career transitions. She learned that seemingly satisfied, loyal employees were reaching levels of burnout and dissatisfaction while quietly doing their jobs. She witnessed many who were going through the motions while desperately wanting to do something else, unable to make a career change for a variety of reasons, primarily financial.
Brenda experienced much of this in her own career and began to assist others with what she had learned. She now uses her defined process coupled with her wisdom, experience, professional contacts, leadership and coaching skills to simplify the complicated. She coaches individuals to get from where they are, to where they really want to be.