The Employee Exit Plan is all about helping those among us who are trading their time for money to escape and create a life by their own design.
But before we go any further, let's clear something up.
There is more than just one type of employee.
- There are people who work for other people (traditional definition of "employed")
- And there are people who work for themselves (self - "employed").
Both types of employees will find information (and services if they need a little extra help) to help them create their exit plan towards a life that contains more time, mobility and income; but they both require different skills.
Stop working IN the business
When to go solo?
Learn the tools
Start working w/ clients
Hone sales focus
Prep to scale
The employed need to learn how to offer valuable skills for others, how to diversify their income (so they're not reliant on a single employer) and how to determine the best time to truly go solo.
The self-employed need to learn how to let go of the day to day and focus instead on building their business rather than working in it. They need to apply leverage to the skills that they've already been successful with so that they can regain their time. They need to get comfortable with delegating parts of their business to others so that they can eventually have it run virtually on its own while they pursue those things that they truly enjoy the most.
I am on this journey with you.
I'm a digital marketer who has been pulling in a full time income working for the last eight years.
I've received commission cheques from companies like Amazon, Google and Clickbank (among others).
I have worked on countless websites, spent weeks of my life inside of web analytics profiles and have managed and implemented over $700,000 in online advertising spend in the last 24 months.
But, at the end of the day I still have lifestyle goals that I am pursuing and building towards.
There's a saying that the best time in life to plant a tree was 25 years ago - the second best time is right now.
So that's what we're doing here. I'm planting a seed for the Employee Exit Plan and it will become my all consuming focus for the foreseeable future.
I'm going to take everything I've learned and share it with you.
I'm going to share case studies and experiments that I'm doing myself and also pick up each week from my day job working with a diverse array of clients (from offshore betting software and executor insurance to membership sites and a leading eSports competitive gaming platform).
This is the very beginning,
I hope that you'll be a part of this journey and join me for the ride. The end goal is nothing less than creating a life with the time, mobility and freedom that each of us craves in their own way.
Standing between us and our goal, is a lot of hard work and the exit plan unique to each of us that will get us to the promised land.
Entrepreneurship is living a few years of your life like most people won’t, so that you can spend the rest of your life like most people can’t.”