Ready to Transition from Employee to Entrepreneur? Make Sure You Do This First…
Join us to discover…
- What an “entrepreneurial mindset” is–and why it’s so important to start working on yours before you say see ya to your 9-5.
- How to become a ninja-level problem solver–so you can cope with challenges like a champ when you’re the only one in charge.
- How to dissolve any fears around “not having enough” – plus 5 fool-proof actions to take to create more abundance fast. (These work even if you don’t “believe” in them right now!)
- The power of positive (yet realistic) thinking–and exactly how to stay calm & cool even in the toughest situations you’ll face as a solopreneur.
The truth? Becoming an entrepreneur is an easy, natural transition for some people and a super stressful one for others. It makes sense: Going from employee to entrepreneur requires giving up the good for a chance at the great. It requires taking full responsibility for your successes – and failures. And it definitely requires facing your fears head on. (Did I mention it also requires giving up a steady paycheck, job security and a safety net in times of financial stress? Yeah, that, too.)
However, if you want to make your leap from the cubicle to the coffee table seamless and stress-free, don’t fret just yet. The good news is most of this is mindset stuff, and if you make just a few key shifts in yours before you hop off the corporate ladder, you’ll feel much more prepared for the ups and downs and all-arounds of entrepreneurship–and have a much higher chance at long-term self-employed success!
Want to learn how you can cultivate an unshakable entrepreneurial mindset? Then join us for this amazing event, and get our expert secrets for priming your mind to shift from employee to entrepreneur with (more) ease. See ya there!
This is an on demand one hour video seminar which is available as soon as you sign up.
This program features computer generated closed captioning.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit:
This program meets the requirements of the NALA Certifying Board for continuing legal education credit required to maintain the CP (Certified Paralegal) credential. This program is pre-approved by NALA for 1.0 hours of non-substantive CLE.
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This CLE credit may be used by any entity that accepts NALA credits including Florida Bar for FRPs, NFPA RPs or CRPs, and the Paralegal Division of the State Bar of Texas.
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