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gibbsy
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Holding down a job

Interested in seeing how many regulars are still holding down a full time job whilst intially starting up and how hard it is. .

Did anyone put 100% faith in their plan and leave employment from the start?

In the planning stage of my business whilst still in full time IT Support and keen to see people's views.

cheers

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nick.martin nick.martin is offline
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jobbed up, but theyre paying me thru uni.
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Hi,

My sister and I are both still in full time employment.

It is frustrating because I am at work and I want to be at home working on my business. I would love to leave my job but having no income is not option!

I find that there are not enough hours in the day to get everything done. My to do list just gets longer and longer...
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jklondon jklondon is offline
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also have a full-time job in the city - so teh real work gets done on the evenings and weekends, I have some people who take care of day-to-day stuff when I cant take calls etc...
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knownothing knownothing is offline
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yup full time job here but still at the business planning stage for major business idea. Hoping when/if things get moving my boss will be fairly flexibile with me but their company is a startup and so not sure how things will pan out.
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I am also in full time employment because they ar paying my UNI fees etc but i finish my course in 2 weeks and i am cutting down hours in work as I need to commit to my clients now.
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