You’re motivated to work around the clock- as long as it’s not for someone else’s company.
By the time you’re ready to start a business chances are that you will have spent quite some time investing a lot of your energy and time into your company. It’s not uncommon for business owners to start their own companies while working full-time. Many of them are likely to have stories of having worked around the clock to make a success of their businesses.
You’ve spent a considerable amount of time putting together a business plan.
When you’re ready to start a business you spend some time creating a business plan, which essentially serves as a blueprint for how your company will run, what you aim to achieve and how you aim to achieve it.
You’ve started to look at every hour you put into your day job as time you’re taking away from your new business.
Your day job no longer seems as appealing to you. Instead, you’d rather spend more time investing into growing your own business.
You’ve started getting serious traction for your business idea. You could be gaining interest from potential partners and clients.
When you start noticing that your business is attracting more customers or clients and it’s becoming more difficult to juggle the two, this might be a sign that you may be ready to go out on your own.
You’ve spent a significant amount of time doing research about your business and know it inside out.
One of the most common qualities of entrepreneurs is passion. These individuals have a true passion for their business and they are willing to tell friends and loved ones (or anyone who’s willing to listen really) about their business. You should branch out on your own when you know the ins and outs of your business industry.