How to Know When It’s Time to Jump

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We welcome back our esteemed host of the WIGD Podcast to share her story about navigating the challenge of going from a day job to making the jump to her own business. Kristine Shreve of Kristine Shreve Consulting joins us to talk about the process she went through to get to the point where she was ready to make her company her full-time gig. How did she overcome the fears, what does she suggest for others who feel like they might be ready to make the jump, but just don’t know?

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How to Know When It's Time to Jump

Kristine Shreve is the founder and CEO of Kristine Shreve Consulting which offers writing, marketing and business development services. The company can be found at www.kristineshreve.com. Kristine is also the creator and host of the Business + Women podcast, where the discussion centers around being a business owner and being a woman and how those two states of being intersect. She currently blogs at kristineshreve.com, readingandranting.com and whenimthin.com. On Facebook, Kristine is the founder of the Women in Garment Decoration Facebook group. Kristine was the Director of Marketing for Ensign Emblem and EnMart from 2006 to April 2020.

Terry: Kristine, before we talk about leaving a job, let’s talk about your background in and out of this industry.

Aaron: Everyone considers taking that plunge to start a new career, but few do it. Why do you think that is?

Terry: Outside of “I want out!” What are the steps to planning a departure?

Aaron: We see lots of people burn bridges behind them when they leave a job. What are your thoughts on that?

Terry: When did you reach the ‘tipping point’ that spurred you to action?

Aaron: When making a decision like this, most people are driven by discomfort in their current situation but many feel an unfulfilled purpose drawing them to their next endeavor- how do you feel that speaks to your transition and what is the purpose that called you?

Terry: Tell us how writing, content creation, and building these engaged groups has helped you create an environment to thrive.

Aaron: Now that you’ve made your initial jump, what is it that you learned that you wish you could tell the past version of yourself that was debating the move?

Aaron: Kristine, how can our listeners reach out to you?

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