Category : Work Online From Home
Your day job is a safety net in case things don’t work online. However, there is going to come a time where you are not going to be able to focus on both. It is just not going to work out and that will hamper results. To ensure you don’t get lost in the mess and are able to get things done in accordance with what the situation demands, let’s take a look at a few key tips to keep in mind. These tips are going to focus on the timing of your resignation.
Ensure Salary Is Being Replaced Without Risk
Take a look at your salary from your day job. Let’s assume you are earning $50,000 a year. Are you able to replace this and/or get as close as possible to this number with your online work? If you are not even able to get close, this might not be the right time to make the jump.
Keep working on both sides and make sure you are able to close the gap. For some, the gap does not have to be fully closed as they love the advantages of staying home and can sacrifice money a bit. However, this is a personal decision that has to be made with care.