Life After Redundancy
Redundancy doesn't have to be the end for you. It can actually work in your favour, especially if you have always wanted to launch your own service-based business.
Redundancy can be a scary position to be in for many reason. For example, you may have been in your role for a number of years and are completely unclear about what your options are. Or maybe the redundancy came unexpected and you fill unprepared to start looking for another job and just want to do your own thing.
Wherever you are right now, you are not alone. Redundancy happens to the best of people. It has nothing to do with you as a person. It has a lot to do with the changes taking places within your organisation.
As scary as things are at the moment, the ball is really in your court because you get to decide which direction you want your life to go in.
Why am I talking about redundancy to you? Because I’ve been there done it and have the t-shirt to prove it…
I was made redundant/sacked back in 2009 during the recession. I wasn't with my employer for that long. So I didn't receive an adequate redundancy package. I struggled with developing my first business properly. So, I had to go back to the 9-5 on numerous occasions to generate enough money to pay bills and develop my business in a sustainable way.
I made so many mistakes along the way because I didn't know what the heck I was doing. However, I am pleased to say that I managed to figure things out through trial and error and now advise my clients about what to do and not to do whilst on this very interesting entrepreneurial journey.
I’ve packaged my wisdom nuggets, skills, intuitive ability into a simple six-step formula to help you to successfully launch a service- based business. So that you will never be sacked again.
Redundancy is not the end. It could actually be the turn in the road that you need right now.
If it’s your desire to launch your own business, go for it.
What have you got to lose?
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I look forward to hearing from you.