7 Points to Consider in Transition from Employee to Entrepreneur

Employee to Entrepreneur, Matt Sapaula, MoneySmartGuy, TheMovement, Podcast


In this episode, Matt talks to financial entrepreneur and personal friend, Ruddy Ortiz about Hybrid Entrepreneurs: Going From an Employee to Entrepreneur.  Since 2003, Ruddy has worked as a Small Business Consultant and Strategic Financial Coach showing people how to effectively manage and grow their businesses as well as their finances. Ruddy’s greatest passion has always been to help and empower people to live a life of freedom, abundance, power, and purpose.  Today, Ruddy comes to the Money Smart Movement Studio to discuss with the MoneySmartGuy:

7 Points to Consider in Transition from Employee to Entrepreneur.
  1. Why should you even consider owning a business?

  2. Challenges of starting a “side gig” and how to replace your income w/out leaving a full-time job right away

  3. Who would help support a new entrepreneur in that transition…what do you need to surround yourself with, referencing the best-selling book, The E-Myth by Michael Gerber

  4. How to seek and keep a mentor in business…being READY for mentorship

  5. Most important question to ask a mentor “How did you make your money?” Are they mentoring from a position of a researcher or a position of someone that has been through the trenches?

  6. Seek Trifecta of Mentorship – Theory, Experience and Application (Patrick Bet David’s Valuetainment) http://ift.tt/2fY6gVn.com/how-to-choose-a-mentor-seek-trifectas/

  7. Now you have everything you need…avoiding procrastination


Grab a pen and pad, take notes, and then get started TODAY!


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