I started my company SmartFox in April 2017. And a lot of people in full time jobs with good salaries quietly ask me how I went about it. But I didn’t wake up one day and think “yeah, I’m going to change the world with one digital marketing project at a time!” and then started SmartFox the very next day. An awful lot had happened to bring me to that tipping point, and it all started with being made redundant in October 2016 and then going through five months of what I call “Interview Hell”.
But while redundancy made me throw caution to the wind, I have noticed that for others, in 'good jobs' with good salaries, their tipping point comes at a time when the daily grind has well and truly ground them down, chewed them up and spat them out. So what is the tipping point that makes good employees on good salaries consider leaving their jobs and starting their own business?