Are you pursuing greater financial freedom and personal independence by building a small business? Unless you have a lot of extra capital lying around, chances are you are also working fulltime to pay your bills. Is it possible to create your own company, still get your regular work done from 9-5 and spend time with your family?
It’s certainly not a challenge that everyone can handle. But, if you are ready to take that leap, here are some things to bear in mind.
Balancing Career Responsibilities
As an ethical employee, you have made a commitment to give your employer an honest week’s work in exchange for your paycheck. This can become increasingly difficult to do when your primary focus is on the needs of your new business.
If your employer has a moonlighting policy, you may be required to disclose any secondary job you hold. This is so that your boss can decide if it interferes with your current employment by: