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Look Before You Leap – Questions to Consider Before You Quit Your Day Job

Wed, Jan 19 2022
11:45am - 1:00pm Central
Virtual Branch
Subjects
Age Group
For adults

 

Presenter
Stephanie Zamora
Square One Event
Virtual Event

 

Are you or your spouse plotting your exit from your day job? Does the prospect of leaving the security of working for someone else make you feel nervous? Successful entrepreneurs aren’t risky people. They take calculated risks. Join us for this hour-long class to:
• Learn how to lower the risks associated with launching a business
• Discover which elements of the planning process you need to focus on
• Explore options for leaving your day job • What does "FYP" mean, and much more!
To view this class, visit the Square One Facebook Account at https://www.facebook.com/mcplsquareone.
This program is brought to you by Central Bank of the Midwest and Square One Small Business Services by MCPL and funded by a grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

 

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