Is your goal to ditch the billable hour grind and go solo?

If so, your top two financial priorities need to be 1) lowering “fixed” expenses and 2) building a substantial cash position.

Most associates’ largest fixed expenses are rent and student loan payments.

Creating a strategy to address student loans is mission critical when going solo.

Building a cash position of 1-2 years of expenses is essential to supplement the income of a growing firm.

No matter how certain success seems, it always takes longer than you think to build a business.

Lastly, don’t be afraid to start a business because you lack experience being a business owner. 

Think about all the businesses you drive by daily which are run by people without a college degree!