by Bryan B.S.
17 Oct 17
I have known many people who believe that they can quit their regular jobs after a week of starting their bookie business. Unfortunately, the reality is quite different and unless you have a massive savings account you can rely on, you have to wait some time before you can send your boss to hell.
If you want to do a smooth transition from the corporate world to the thrilling betting industry, here are some recommendations:
Set Monetary Goals
Once you start you bookie business you need to set some short-term goals about how much money you want to earn each month, you have to be realistic that the first months are going to be hard but with a clear number on your head, it would be easy for you to keep track of the progress and it would also help you define how much time and effort you need to put into the business to achieve that goal. Also, define a long-term goal of how much money the bookie business needs to produce, so you can leave your 9 to 5 job, have in mind that this number should match your current salary or better your personal monthly expenses.
Patience is the key element to achieve a smooth transition, don't rush, especially the first time your bookie business hits the money mark you set on the long-term goal. Be careful and wait 2 or 3 months to see if you hit the same cash again. Remember that you need to secure a stable cash flow; with just one month where you achieve your goal it's not enough to make the jump.
Establish an Exit Plan
I know that you may want to hit some people on your way out of your regular job, but the best idea is to have an exit plan, remember that most of your co-workers can become players for your betting site. So a month before you are going to quit, start talking with all the people so you can try to acquire them as your clients.