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How to Confidently Quit Your 9–5 Before Your Business Makes a Profit

A 3-part plan to transition from employee to entrepreneur

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When you start a business, you may or may not have intentions of leaving your full-time job. You could be like me where I was looking for an escape and hoping that my newfound income could support me. However, you could just be excited to pursue a…




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Alana Rister, Ph.D.

Alana Rister, Ph.D.

Write about entrepreneurship, marketing, and personal development. Also me: @alanalrister and @scigradcoach

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