8 Steps to Properly Plan Your Exit
November 8, 2022
8 Steps to Properly Plan Your Exit

“The more that you actually say it, the more you are telling the universe and the powers that be around you that this is what you want. And that is what you will attract.”

 

Today we’re talking about how to properly plan your exit from your current job or firm. If you want to make a successful transition, you should follow these eight steps. The first step is to figure out your vision. You should spend some time thinking about what you want your life to look like in ten years and set a deadline. What kind of lifestyle do you want? Where do you want to live? Do you want to be married? Do you want to have kids? 

Once you have a clear vision, you can start setting specific goals for five years and one year from now. If you’re looking to transition into a new area of law, or exit, follow the eight-step “Profit Framework” detailed in this episode. With proper planning, you can make a smooth transition. By following these steps, you’ll be on your way to achieving your goals.

For more on this topic and perspective, check out this episode 8 Steps to Planning Your Exit on my podcast Law and Quarter.

In this episode, you will learn the following:

  1. What are the eight steps to properly transition into a new area of law or to exit entirely?
  2. How can you create a savings plan that will allow you to live off of that money for six months without any income?
  3. What are some of the things that you need to do in order to start building your business?

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About Jayden

Jayden was not always the financial guru that he is today. Growing up in a household just shy of the federal poverty line in Prince George’s County, Maryland, he knew the importance of money management but didn’t have the tools to create the financial stability he so desperately craved. After graduating Towson University with a B.S in Accounting and incurring a large amount of debt, Jayden was determined to make a change.

With a little hard work, and A LOT of sacrifice, Jayden became independent, gained professional growth as an accountant at a small CPA firm in Atlanta, and became a Certified Public Accountant. Over the next years, he’s worked with clients in just about every industry — helping them not only expand their financial portfolios, but to create plans that ensure financial sustainability and minimize taxability.

As a CPA, Jayden’s goal is to help entrepreneurs like himself gain independence and create a unique action plan to bring more to their bottom line while paying less in taxes. Invest in yourself and start working with Jayden TODAY!

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