On June 16th I took a six-year step. I quit my traditional job at a really great employer making an awesome salary and went out into the world of entrepreneurship, hunting, gathering, and dragging food home for my family. That hunting and gathering takes the form of leadership development training as the founder of Proof Leadership Group, an organization focused on democratizing elite leadership training for the social sector.
I wake up some mornings and still can’t accept my new title of entrepreneur. That title feels like it’s reserved for someone other than me, for those people who take big risks and pour their souls into adding value to the world through some meaningful product or service. Then I remember that’s what I’m striving to do.
So what have I learned that may help you as you’re deciding on your next step? These five things:
The past six weeks have been liberating. If you’re considering a leap, here’s what I’d recommend:
And, when in doubt, take action. Oftentimes the path doesn’t become clear until you act.
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