How To Become Your Own Boss (with a checklist!)

Are you starting your own business? Do you want to set yourself up for success and be smart with your time and energy? Before you quit your 9-to-5 desk job, having some sort of action plan for your escape to freedom is essential. You’ll see below a check list I made on how to become your own boss.

How To Become Your Own Boss

It’s so important to give yourself tasks to complete and be organized as a new business owner. No one is going to tell you what to do or hold you accountable. One of the best ways to discover how to become your own boss is by putting yourself to the test.

You are in the driver’s seat.

As a budding business owner, the harsh reality is that things could crumble to pieces in the blink of an eye. When you write things down, outline daily tasks and create a structured plan, you can guarantee a long lifespan for your business.

Do you really think you can handle managing your own schedule without anyone looking over your shoulder? Are you good about arriving to places on time? Will you put in the effort, time and money (yes, money) that it will take to grow your business where you want it to grow?

how to become your own boss
The act of physically checking off completed tasks also helps to keep you on track and motivated to move forward. Make sure you use this checklist on how to become your own boss to your benefit! Without your effort, this checklist is a waste of a great opportunity. It can give you the exact push you need to actually get where you’d like to be in the next fourteen days.

Print out this FREE Check List  now and use it to kickstart your business today!


Kat Gaskin

Entrepreneur, Creator & Beach Bum

Kat Gaskin is a traveling pineapple-obsessed entrepreneur and creator who lives for sun, salt and sand. She quit her 9-to-5 desk job to pursue her dreams of becoming her own boss. Now she makes a living from traveling to the most beautiful beaches in the world and taking photos. Follow her Salty Pineapple adventures on Instagram:

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