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Working a Day Job While You Start Your Event Planning Business?

I want you to hear Sarah’s story.

Sarah started her event planning business earlier this year and she’s still employed by someone else. Sarah is trying to shift from being an employee to planning events full time.

At work, colleagues and clients surround her all day so she’s worried that she’ll miss her built-in social life, but the desire to make a bigger impact on her life and her community drives her to work while she’s building her event planning business.

Sarah also fears she won’t be able to make her business profitable and make enough money to support her family.

Taking the leap into full-time entrepreneurship can be challenging, especially when you know you have a steady income. One of the biggest obstacles that holds most aspiring event planners back from starting their business is the fear of not making enough money.

Having a job while you’re building your event planning business is a great way to bring in money and keep yourself on track financially while you build your business on the side.

Start Your Event Planning Business

If you’re in a similar situation, use your day job to keep a roof over your head and to learn valuable business skills that you’ll need in your event business. Watch today’s episode of EventPlanning BlueprintTV and learn 4 ways your day job can help you build a sustainable event business.

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