Day jobs can be quite stressful because it enforces a strict routine of waking up early in the morning, obeying our boss’ commands, doing what we’re instructed to do and occasionally it demands staying after working hours to complete urgent work. This keeps us away from our family life for more than half the day, because by the time we get home there is only enough time to have dinner and then call it a night so we wake up early for work the next day. How many of us really have job satisfaction?
This causes a lot of emotional stress and unhappiness for many people, and with the steep rise of online jobs and the fad of entrepreneurship in recent years many employees consider quitting their jobs every single day. There are a few things to consider before handing in your resignation.
It is important to remember that only a handful of start-up companies actually become a success. It requires a lot of hard work, a solid business plan and in most cases, an adequate amount of seed money. Experience in business also plays an important role. If you have a clear cut plan of how to start a business and how to turn it into an income stream then take the risk and quit your job. However, remember that it might be wise to have a plan B in case nothing goes as expected. If you feel you can take the risk, then go for it!