Amanda's musings on entrepreneurship, money mindset, and being a woman in management consulting.
I totally get it - making the decision to quit a job with a professional services firm to go out on your own can feel risky and overwhelming. This is especially true if you don't have anyone to guide you through the journey and offer support at each step.
When I quit my job six years ago to start my own consulting company, I had probably five main fears:
I think this generally boiled down to a fear of failure. As a classic overachieving perfectionist, I was really scared to make this big ambitious career move only to bomb spectacularly.
Luckily, it became obvious pretty quickly that these fears were unfounded.