Episode 205: This Common Mistake Is Stopping You From Going Full-Time In Your Business

One of the biggest mistakes perfectionists make when trying to go full-time in their business is not figuring out *exactly* how much money they need to make before they can leave their job. And I should know, because I made this mistake 3 times on my journey of going full-time!

If you want to go full-time in your business and you believe that you simply need to replace your income, have a $10,000 month, make $100,000 or do a big launch then this episode is for you.

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • The mistake that stopped me from going full-time in my business sooner
  • How to calculate how much money your business needs to make to support you full-time
  • Why your business needs to make more than what you want to get paid
  • Why I didn’t go full-time in my business until it made $150,000

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Author: Sam Brown