What did you figure out as your risk tolerance? Did you identify where the boundaries are for you, your partner and your family? Whilst right now you may not see the logic of doing this, I can assure you that definitely before you make your escape, you really do need to understand this and especially have agreement on this with your partner. Making the jump without their agreement and without understanding this could be catastrophic for your family and your escape.
This week I am looking at the third element on the Pre-Exit Checklist which is…. (read more…)
How did you go with the number 1 essential on your pre-exit checklist? I know from those I have heard from, it is an emotive element to your escape. As I said it is an absolutely key one to making a successful escape, so if you haven’t get got your spouse/partner behind your escape then do stick with it, be patient and you will get their support. You know them best, so you will find the best way to get them to understand your feelings and what it is you want to do for you and your family’s wellbeing.
This week I am looking at the second element on the Pre-Exit Checklist which is…. (read more…)
How are you doing? I hope that you have had a good week and that you have managed to take some time to work some more on your escape.
I am going to spend the next 5 weeks covering the 5 essentials you need in place before you resign from your job. I’ve tried my escape without these and it wasn’t pretty! So I share this information with you now to help you avoid making the mistakes I made and the chaos that ensued by doing that.