Tomorrow will be my last day at my job.
After 15 years of working as an event marketing professional, I’ve decided that I’m ready for a new chapter in my life.
The companies I’ve had the pleasure of working with have treated me well, given my family benefits and paid me generously. I sincerely appreciate the opportunities I’ve been given. It’s just time for me to follow a new calling.
Continue reading “10 Steps I Took to Leave My Six-Figure Job and Become an Entrepreneur”
More and more Americans are embracing the side hustle lately. The massive amount of debt in our country is forcing people to get a second or even a third gig to make ends meet.
But what if you start to really dig your gig?
Maybe you see this gig turning into a real “grown up” business …
How can we leave our 9 to 5’s and pursue our new passion while still providing for our family?
I’ve invited two guests on the show today that will help us answer this very question. Tom and Ariana Sylvester are a married couple that not only raises children together, but they also build businesses together.
They run a coaching business called Lifestyle Builders where they help everyday people build their lifestyle through entrepreneurship. Also, they own a liquor store, invest in real estate and still have time to be present parents to their two small kids.
Continue reading “Grow Your Side Hustle into a Full-Time Family Business – with Tom and Ariana Sylvester”
Our question of the month comes in from Tyler from Livonia, Michigan:
The thought of potentially living on a single income is scary, but it’s something that we’re considering more and more as a family. My wife is growing tired/weary of simply leaving our son at home and not being there / providing for him as she feels she should.
So, the question is this…
Any tips for transitioning to a single income to support a family?
I know it’s something the Hills navigated quite successfully, and I’d like to at least explore it to see if it’s doable for us. My initial thoughts are around a phased approach, but it may be better just to dive in.
Continue reading “Transition from Double Income to Single Income and Become a Stay-at-Home Mom”