You know, the thing, the thing that's really really wanting to be done.
For me, at the end of 2008, that was getting out of the office-world and more fully into the yarny, business-y, running my own ship-world.
And I did it. And the year was so hard.
But I did it!
And after listening to the call free Q+A call I did earlier this week (you can get it here), I realize so many of you have a thing to do in 2010 and aren't sure where to start. Or you have lots of questions about how I did it, because you're not sure it'll work for you.
And the truth is, I don't know if it'll work for you. So there's no point in giving you a bunch of do-this-and-this advice.
The best I can do is suggest that you ask yourself some questions and you figure out what th the Thing is for you and how best to get there for you.
Maybe your thing isn't quitting your dayjob, but pretty much whatever your thing is, you need someplace to start. And a resolution to do the thing probably isn't enough.
With that in mind, I humbly offer a list of questions to ask yourself before you do the Thing.
These are the questions I started asking as I started on the journey to quitting my dayjob.
Let me know if you use the questions and please please pass them on to anyone who has a thing to do in 2010.
Good Asking and Happy New Year!
PS. Download the Questions to Ask pdf by clicking here.
PPS. Wondering how to get more customers, to get more sales, so you actually make what you need to make to quit your dayjob? That, my friend, is Sharing Your Thing & I'm teaching a class about it next week! Read more here.