Starting any new job can be scary, but when you’re going out on your own, it can be downright terrifying. The more preparation, research, and planning you can do while you have the financial security of a full-time paycheck and benefits the better.
You likely have an idea of what you’d do as a solopreneur. Spend some time understanding the market for that niche. Comb your contacts and gauge opportunities. Build your network. Work to gain visibility and connections in the spaces where you want to work.
Being good at what you do is important, but so is being known. If you’re the former without the latter, you may struggle to get your business off the ground.Read More