My goal is for every single person on this webinar today is to make the decision.

If you want to go out on your own, even people that work for me…

I hope anybody in my entire company that wants to eventually go out and work for themselves…

I hope that I can teach them a couple things that can aid in that journey.

You know, life is long.

People will do a lot of things and people here want to go on and do something else.

I’m honestly… all the more power to them…

So the number one problem people have when they still work a job is they haven’t made the decision…

They have not made the decision.

Now I’m not saying that you need to go in today and hand in your little resignation, hand in your little pink slip…

But you need to decide that you are going to quit.

You need to decide that you’re going to do it.

So mentally, from a mental perspective, you’ve already quit.

You just haven’t handed it in yet.

So you need to start doing the things to build the business on the side, to get this thing off the ground.

You need to decide.

I’m quitting my job.

I am going to quit my job.

It’s not an if it’s not a maybe.

It’s not an if things work out…

It’s not a maybe if I can do it. No, no, no.

I am going to quit my job.

I am going to have this business.

And once you’ve made that decision, mentally, then we can start to do the things that we need.

So the number one thing everybody needs to do, the number one thing you have to do is you have to freaking decide.

You have to decide…

Quitting the job is not something that is, oh, maybe I can do it.

You know, maybe this, maybe that. No, you need to decide.

Decide that you’re going to quit the damn thing…

Doesn’t mean you quit it today…

But you decide and then we start putting the ball into action.

So many people… they’re diddly daddling with it.

How long have you been thinking about quitting your job?

I want to see some comments right now.

How long have you been thinking about quitting your job to start your own business?

A month, six months, two years, five years, 10 years, 15 years, 20 years.

How long have you been thinking about quitting your job?

I want to see some comments in here.

And as long as you’ve been thinking about this thing and you’ve been dipping your toe in, right?

Just a little dip.

You’ve been dipping your toe in about a year. Two years. Two years…

Since the day I started my job five years ago.

You need to explode into this thing.

When you want to quit your job, you need a rapid fire, rapid fire explosion of activity in a short period of time to build this business up and go.

It’s not something where…

I had a woman tell me the other day, she was working a job, she makes 70,000 a year…

And she said, Andrew, I really want to make 100,000 dollars a year in sales on my practice in five years.

That makes no sense.

Makes no freaking sense.

You need to be thinking about making 100,000 a year.

That’s $8,000 a month.

By the end of this year in December…

You might say, Andrew, that’s impossible. That’s impossible. It’s not impossible. Many people will do it.

I had another client of mine, Jeff Trapp.

Jeff tried to quit his job before.

How many people in here have tried to quit their job before and go out on their own and fail?

How many people have done that?

I want to see some examples in here.

Did you try?

Did you already quit your job?

So last year in October, Jeff Trapp…

Jeff is back in the job for five or six years.

Joined up with me and in in the about a month after he joined up with me.

Might’ve joined a little earlier than October because I think he got fired in October, November, making like 140,000 a year.

He got fired in October.

By December was making, I think he did $23,000 a month in sales in December doing tax planning.

I had another client, Lori doing monthly accounting CFO services…

Left her job.

This is one of the better stories I’ve heard because so quick, right?

Just like Jeff, these are some of the better ones that people that have worked with me.

Lori quit her job in the last week of March.

By the first week of May, six weeks later, she was doing $21,000 a month recurring revenue on CFO work.

She only had like six, seven clients.

They were anywhere from a thousand to 7,000 a month.

So you got to make the freaking decision.

I don’t care if you’ve already left the job in the past and it didn’t work out and you came back and you drop.

You need to go this time, but you need to commit to building out the revenue that you need to get an income for yourself.

I was that type of person where I needed to quit immediately…

Immediately and focus on it full time because I couldn’t do the split focus.

If you’re somebody like that… let’s quit today.

How many people are thinking about quitting today?

Can we get one person at least?