Questions about leaving your corporate job and starting your business?

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As I get ready to take a little time off when the baby comes (due at the end of this month), I am holding my last monthly free-for-all Escape from Cubicle Nation call tomorrow, Wednesday September 5 at 3pm Eastern time.

To register, go to this page.

I will most likely pick these up again (I do have one scheduled for November, but will see how life is at that point!) but will need to take a little hiatus so that you aren’t subjected to either my sleep-deprived rants or a screaming newborn baby on the calls.

In these conversations, we talk about whatever is on your mind as it relates to leaving your corporate job and starting your own business.  If we have a lot of people on the call, we may not get to every question, but I will do my best to make sure we cover a lot of topics.

If you can’t make the call time but want to listen in to the conversation, sign up anyway and I will send you a link to the recording.

Hope to talk to you tomorrow!

3 Responses to “Questions about leaving your corporate job and starting your business?”

  1. Michael Szpilzinger says:


    Thank you so much for the great call. I am the guy who had the question about being pulled in a few different directions. I think I have a better idea of how I will prioritize my projects based on the input I got. It was very helpful.

    Thanks also for converting the last podcast to mp3 format.

    Now get some rest!!

  2. Hey Pam, I didn’t know you were expecting! Congratulations!

  3. If you ever need to bring babies to Social Media Club, tell me. We would love to see you, and I will arrange childcare for you 🙂

    You are too kind Francine … thank god for social media is all I can say, cause until I am ready to face real live humans again post baby, I can always connect with my buddies via the blog.

    I have a feeling that while I won’t feel like doing any “real” work for awhile (aka paying!), my lust for blogging will not subside. Let’s see how that theory holds after a few weeks of no sleep and a jealous two and a half-year old paired with a newborn. 🙂