The Startup
Published in

The Startup

3 Things I Learned From Working For Myself That I Wish I Knew Earlier

The pleasure and the pain of leaving my 9–5 and becoming a creator

Photo by Helena Lopes on Unsplash

I jumped into entrepreneurship in the same way you go to a restaurant with the intention of ordering the same thing you always do but changing your mind last minute and ordering something you would never have thought you wanted.




Get smarter at building your thing. Follow to join The Startup’s +8 million monthly readers & +756K followers.

Recommended from Medium

Sushma Patel Zoellner at Snap Kitchen: Product Managers Dig In And Do The Work

I got into tech because of Hanson

Kamau Olatunji

The new FCC boss has taken his latest shot at today’s open-internet laws


Part 1: Why and When of saying ‘No’

Better products, better careers, better relationships

5 Signs of a Sinking Ship

DefinedLogic is proud to announce the launch of our new Talent Services offering: DefinedTalent!

The Massive Challenges for Labor Tools and What A Good Solution Requires

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Dayana Sabatin

Dayana Sabatin

Writer sharing thoughts on self-improvement and relationships. Connect with me: IG: dayana_sabatin YT:

More from Medium

If You’re Stuck With Making Life Decisions, Try Mind Boxing

4 Things Stopping You From Stepping Into Your True Power

Five Short Mantras You Can Say Each Day to Become a More Resilient Person

5 Greedy Behaviours That Prohibit Your Money-Making Power