Career & Business

Manage Awkward Situations Like a Pro: Quitting Your Job To Start A Business

December 27, 2011

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You’ve got a new love and you’re totally smitten.

Day and night, it’s all you can think of. Every waking hour, you obsess about the next time you’ll get to . . . do it.

That’s right, baby. It’s your hot new business and it’s ready for action.

But here’s your passion pickle. Despite how bad you want it, you can’t go all the way. Why? You’ve got another three months working that pesky day job that’s paying your bills!

Managing transitions can be awkward and uncomfortable, to say the least.

Handled wrong, you can make mistakes that will not only harm your reputation, but also your hot, new business. Treated with tact and grace, this transition can be your training ground for major success in learning how to start a business.

In this video, watch as I walk one reader through four steps to manage this business transition like a champ.

Plus, you’ll get some high quality entertainment in the form of me singing a duet with a blast from the cartoon past. You’ll just have to watch to see what I mean.

In the comments below, tell me your #1 strategy for managing awkward transitions.

If you’re a boss who’s been through this situation, or anyone who’s managed an awkward transition in business or life, hit me with your best shot.

Just one request: no comments on my singing :).

Thank you, as always for reading and watching and keep being truly, truly, truly outrageous!


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