In today’s episode of the Own Your Expertise Show, I’m sharing about the recent decision I made to shift out of working for big law and explore other exciting ways to support businesses with my legal skills.
Also, tune in to hear about how to get one of the limited private coaching spots I’m offering between now and the end of the year. As I mention in the episode, I likely won’t be doing more one-on-one work again until at least summer 2020, so if you’d like my support reaching your entrepreneurial goals, listen in and head over to the private coaching page to learn more.
Lastly, if you’ve also been considering making the leap into entrepreneurship, tune in as I describe the modules in Before You Leap, my step-by-step mini course that walks you through the exact process I’ve used and I’ve coached others through when making the transition from employee to entrepreneur.
Let’s go to the show.
P.S. Enter the code “freedom” to get 30% off Before You Leap (only 10 coupons available and they expire in a few days).
IN THIS EPISODE, I COVER:
The thinking behind my recent decision to shift away from practicing in big law
How the most adorable “last day” party my kids threw for me took a painful turn
What I’m up to now and what’s on the horizon for me personally and at Own Your Expertise
The difference between running to entrepreneurship and running away from your job
How the Own Your Expertise team is growing and my new private coaching offerings
The 5 steps my new mini course Before You Leap walks you through to prepare you for the transition from employee to entrepreneur
Learn more about my new private coaching options and book your session (there are only a few spots available for the rest of this year)
Learn more about how to bring the Own Your Expertise message to your workplace, school, conference or organization
Get 30% off the Before You Leap mini course for a limited time when you enter the code “freedom” at checkout
Learn more about TQ Evans and support the #TQStrong campaign
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