“Don’t worry about failure; you only have to be right once.” –Drew Houston

Ten Questions to You Need to Answer Before Quitting the Job to Start a Business

We love to craft our own ideas in order to build a niche, and that requires making some hard decisions. Starting a business is more than projecting numbers and looking at profits. It could even be leaving your current job. We may often crib about our boring work and horrible bosses. But are we enough driven to do something new out of boredom or passion?

If you’re confused and curious, consider these 10 important points to definitely add substance to your contemplation. Things to ponder over while quitting the job to start the business.

1. Are you ready for the bumpy ride?

2. Are You ready to take on multiple roles?

3. Are you willing to burn bridges for a better tomorrow

4. Are you ready to brush up on your skills frequently

5. Are you ready for a new routine?

6. Do you have enough resources for your new venture?

7. Are you ready for the gruelling sessions

8. Are you open to constructive and destructive criticism

9. Can you ignore euphemistic people or opponents?

10. Do you want this MORE than anything?

Are you sure about removing the corporate badge and entering the entrepreneurial space? If you’re not still, then reconsider your options again.

Also Read

  1. The Startup Playbook: Founder-to-Founder Advice From Two Startup Veterans
  2. Smart Startup: The Fine Art of Being the Dumbest One in the Room
  3. STARTUP CULTURE MINDSET: A Primer to Building an Amazing Culture and Tribe
  4. Lean Startup: An Innovative Plan to Launch a Successful Business
  5. Next For Me: A Guide to Startups for Dreamers

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