CEO Peloton Coaching and Consulting
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Last week I celebrated my three-year “Big Leap” anniversary from corporate America to entrepreneurship. As I shared on Start-Up Tuesdays with Kelly Ann Collins, I spent over two decades in corporate America before starting my coaching and consulting firm.
Making that move was one of my best career decisions, and by several measures, including income, it’s been a journey that has surpassed my expectations. But it hasn’t been easy — I’ve had my share of “learning opportunities” along the way.
Perhaps you think the grass would be greener as an entrepreneur. That may be the case. It certainly has been for me. But before you leap, let me share some things to consider before you do.
Let’s start with a few things that I miss about corporate life. Yes, I know it’s “entrepreneurial cool” to hate on the corporate gig, but there some things that I miss and you may as well.