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How To Quit Your 9–5 Job With No Plan B in 30 Days

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Have you ever wanted to quit your 9–5 job and work on something you care about? It's okay if the answer is no because there are a lot of people out there who want to start a blog but don't know where to start. I'm one of those people who has been thinking about starting my own business for quite some time now. It seems like everyone wants more from their careers, but few have the skills or resources to make it happen. This is where I come in. 

Step 1: Find Your Aha Moment

You may have heard the expression “the moment of truth” about an epiphany. It means that you will always find your true calling when you are at your lowest point when everything seems like it has failed and nothing else seems worth doing.

When I was at my lowest point in life, I had a moment of truth where I realized that my life was so much better than being some corporate drone working for someone else. By quitting my job and starting my own business, I was able to live on my terms, which is something that can be difficult to do when you are just starting.

To get there, you need to come up with an Aha moment where you can see how much better your life will be if you quit your 9–5 job and start living your dream today.

Section: Step 2: Do Your Research

The next step is to do your research on the topic. You need to find out what kind of job you want and how much it will pay. This is where it's important to have a good idea of what you want to do for the rest of your life. If you don't know, then look into it now so that when you get out of school and start looking for a job, you can have an idea about what kind of career path you want to take.

Once you know what type of job you want and how much money it will make, consider whether or not it's something that can be done from home. If not, then you're probably going to have to relocate somewhere where there are more jobs and opportunities for advancement in the field.

When researching jobs, try finding out as much information as possible about each position before applying or interviewing for it. This includes reading up on company websites, reading up on past employees who worked at the company, checking out social media pages like Facebook and Twitter profiles where previous employees posted pictures or videos about their work experiences at the company -

Section: Step 3: Start Saving Money

In this section, you need to figure out how much of your paycheck is going towards rent and how much is going towards other expenses. If you want to quit your job, it's not enough to just save money; you also need a plan on how to get out of debt and build up a rainy-day fund.

To get started saving money, set up an automated savings account in your bank account. This can be any kind of savings account that works for you. It could be a checking account, cash back card, or even a rewards credit card that gives you points for making purchases with the card. The point is that whatever type of savings account works for you will do fine as long as it has recurring monthly deposits into it so that it can grow over time without having to worry about missing any payments.

Once you have an automated savings account set up, start putting away one dollar each month from every paycheck into this account until it reaches $5,000 (or whatever amount seems reasonable). Once this happens, stop making any additional deposits into the automated savings account because there won't be anything left in there after 30 days!

Step 4: Create a Side Hustle

The first thing we recommend is to create a side hustle. This can be anything from selling your products on eBay or Amazon to creating a blog, coaching clients, or even working as a consultant. It's important to remember that you don't have to have a full-time job doing this. The more time you spend on your side hustle, the less time you'll need to spend at your 9–5 job.

The most important factor when it comes to creating an online business is figuring out how much money you want to make each month. If you're looking at making $1,000 per month, then $50 per month in passive income will get you there. That's not bad!

The next step is deciding what type of business model works best for you and your lifestyle.

There are many different options available today, including:

  1. Launching an e-commerce store

  2. Creating an affiliate network (affiliate marketing)

Step 5: Make A Plan

You've made it through the tough part, and now it's time to take action. If you're like most people, you probably don't want to quit your job. You want to be able to get out and make some money for yourself.

Start by thinking about where you want to go next. Maybe it's starting a business or going back to school. Or maybe you're just looking for a way to get away from your job and figure out what you want in life.

Whatever it is, make sure that what you're doing is something that will give you the freedom that you crave, because it will be hard not having a steady paycheck coming in every month if all of your friends are working at the same place and making more money than you do.

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Takeaway: You can quit your job and create your plan B.

The most important thing, among the reasons listed above, is MOTIVATION. If you don't have the motivation to get up and leave a job, nothing we write here will matter. You have to believe that it's possible, that taking control of your work is possible. There will always be more goals and adventures to shoot for and no time like the present to start.

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It will always be good to have a back up plan mate. Even not after job or work. Continue on your passion, earn and develop as you go along. There are many things we can do now...

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5 months ago

@SuperJulalaine thx for sharing your valuable feedback with me and yes there is no doubt there are many things we can do now.

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5 months ago

Well noted on this, mate! Actually, I tried this. I resigned with my previous company and had no plan B during that time. But luckily, I have a job now.

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5 months ago

thanks, @buraryang1892 for sharing your thoughts with me. And thank god you got a job after resigning from your previous company.

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