5 Alternatives to Pulling a Stephen Slater
TIP: Don't have the funds to go out on your own? Start a hobby business. This will let you build the business on your own terms, while doing something you enjoy. Before you know it, you could be quitting your day job. At the very least, you'll learn a lot about what it really takes to run your own show.
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