Hello! I have very good news, my friend recently bailed out of his career and followed his life passion of opening his very own limousine company. This is the perfect example case study of bailing out your career when the time presents itself.
Having an entrepreneurial mind taking calculated risks is a big factor of pursuing your passion professional vocation. Risks must be measured and the execution must be flawless, meaning, you must examine every aspect of the company you want
My good friend Ryan is only 24 and he is already defining his own success. He and another of his colleagues have definitively challenged the local space by opening their very own limo service in San Diego. Quite a feat, nothing but absolutely shocking.
It is amazing to see people take their lives into their own hands and by god he’s done it. Not with a lot of funding either. It was really guts to show glory. Coming up with big strategies, mapping out the guidelines of how their positioning factors would give them the edge over their competitors. And it is nothing short of amazing, they are coming up as the best limo service San Diego has to offer.
He states that it was timeless trial and error. That the plan had to be developed and redeveloped constantly to ensure success. Big presentations were drawn up in PowerPoint with physical copy pie charts and all. The biggest thing was making a presentation that had the numbers built into it so he could show his investors their ROI.
Calculated risk taking:
You must be willing to take risks to advance your job to a full on bail out of your career. The beauty and faults of this is that it will ultimately lead to some failures. You have to accept the failures that will be incurred on the path to success as my friend did with his limo company. Because behind every failure is a success.
The risks will ultimately lead to reward. One day, enough trying and failing, enough errors will finally become success. It’s actual law: the law of averages, the law of ratios.
And that’s how they did it. They started with one limo, then two, and now eight beautiful limousines that are fully operational and serving the San Diego community.
There will be lots of risks when starting your company, but if you are smart you will suffice. For example, think of the risks of opening a limo rental in San Diego. Obviously they had to overcome so major challenges to ensure their business would be a success.
Be proud of your successes as they will ultimately define your position in life and ultimately your financial freedom.