If one of your goals for this year is to quit your job and start the business of your dreams, you may be wondering how on earth you are going to go about it. I mean, quitting your job and saying goodbye to your income is risky, of course, it is, but if you’ve got a plan and know that you can make it work, then it’s worth taking a leap of faith.


So if this year you want to quit your job and start the business of your dreams, you need to start planning. Whatever you do, don’t quit your job on a whim, make sure that you have a business plan in place and know what steps you need to take to be successful. Otherwise, it’s a recipe for total disaster. You need to know exactly, what you need to do to build a prosperous and profitable business, and you need to be serious about your venture from the get-go.


With that in mind, below I’ve shared some tips for quitting your job and starting the business of your dreams. For everything that you need to know, keep reading – all is about to be revealed.




The first step to business success is brainstorming. Whether you already have an idea or not, brainstorming should always be the first step that you take, as it can help you to tweak your idea and make it more unique. When it comes to finding the perfect small business idea, you need to think about your skills and passion and find something that is ideal for you. So say, for instance, you want to start a blog and turn it into a business, spend some time brainstorming ideas for your site, such as what you would do to make it unique and how you would market it.


Put together a business plan


Once you’ve spent some time brainstorming, the next step is to put together a business plan. Use what you’ve come up with on your brainstorm to put a business plan together. It might be a time-consuming task, but trust me when I say it’s more than worth the time and effort. Download a business plan template from the internet and use it to put together a professional and well thought out business plan. If you struggle creating your business plan, perhaps it could be worth looking into getting a business mentor.


See how things go


It’s a good idea to spend around six months seeing how things go, before making any decisions about your job. Admittedly, running a business and working won’t always be easy, but if you want to ensure that your business can support you financially, you need to take time to see how it’s growing and what income you are making. If your business takes off within three months and is a soaring success, then, by all means, quit your job sooner. However, it’s best to monitor your startup and see how things go, to make sure that quitting your job won’t leave you in a sticky situation.


If you’re hoping to make this year your year – the year where you quit your job and start a business of your own – hopefully, the above tips and advice will help.