Leaving Corporate Life For Your Own Business By PAULETTE THOMAS
The Wall Street Journal walks new entrepreneurs on what the 1) The Problem 2) The Solutions are when you are in this transitional mode.
The Problem – Gary Dunn knew he lived an enviable life, marketing financial products at Scudder Investments, commuting to his Park Avenue office from his home in Connecticut. But for all his high salary, he had grown to detest the corporate politics and focus on money alone.
The Solution – One of the newsletters, the Caretaker Gazette, announced that it was ceasing publication in 1993.
THE LESSON: A bold break from the same old life can ignite a new success.
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