Quit Your Job: Create a New Business

At some point, everyone thinks about it, quitting. You’ve been thinking about building a business for years and you feel like you’re ready to finally take the leap.

But, how do you actually quit your job? Or, how do you make the case to work remotely to your boss?

It can feel really daunting and scary, going from a comfortable 9-5 job and into your own thing.

That’s why we created this category, in it, we give you tons of advice on how to quit your job and set yourself up for the best possible success as you move on to the next stage of your life.

When Should You Quit Your Job? Questions to Answer First

When Should You Quit Your Job? Questions to Answer First

Thinking of quitting your job? Answer these 6 questions about your transition, and you'll be way ahead of the game emotionally.

How a Photo on My Desk Led to Me Quitting My Job

How a Photo on My Desk Led to Me Quitting My Job

For three years I stared at this photo on my desk every day. It provided motivation, encouragement, and it served as a reminder for what I really wanted in life.

How to Quit Your Job and Move to Hawaii (In Less Than Two Months)

How to Quit Your Job and Move to Hawaii (In Less Than Two Months)

Quit your job, move to Hawaii. That's the dream, isn't it? How many times have you sat in your day job and dreamt about white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and sipping maitais day in and day out. Now learn exactly how to move to Hawaii, and if it's all it is cracked up to be.

How to Quit Your Job Without Burning Bridges (13 Easy Strategies)

How to Quit Your Job Without Burning Bridges (13 Easy Strategies)

Trying to figure out how to quit your job without burning bridges? GREAT. These 13 easy strategies will help you quit once and for all on good terms.

You Should’t Quit Your Job…Yet.

You Should’t Quit Your Job…Yet.

Wondering when you should quit your job? The answer? Don't. At least not yet. Hear me out on this, trust me, it's important. See why you shouldn't quit yet.

Is Everything Going to Be Ok? Well, it Depends

Is Everything Going to Be Ok? Well, it Depends

You might be wondering "is everything going to be ok?" And the answer is, well, maybe. Fortunately, there are a few things you can start doing right now that will drastically increase your chances of success and to make sure everything is going to be alright and work out in your favor.

How to Make the Case to Your Boss to Let You Work Remotely

How to Make the Case to Your Boss to Let You Work Remotely

So many people have the ability to work remotely now but aren't doing it yet. In this post, you'll learn how to ask your boss to work remotely.

Vlog 15: How to Quit Your Job

Vlog 15: How to Quit Your Job

Trying to figure out how to quit your job? This video shows you how to prepare and gives 5 strategies for how to tell your boss.

14 Things Location Rebels Can Do That Employees Can’t

14 Things Location Rebels Can Do That Employees Can’t

What to Do Immediately After Quitting Your Job

What to Do Immediately After Quitting Your Job

Quitting your job can be one of the most emotional and difficult decisions of your life. Here's how to cope after quitting or getting laid off.

How to Create Your Dream Job

How to Create Your Dream Job

The idea of the dream job is a myth - you won't find it anywhere, you need to create it. It's not as hard as you think, here;s how you can create it.

Two Months After Quitting My Job? I’m in a rut.

Two Months After Quitting My Job? I’m in a rut.

What happens AFTER you quit your job? Two months into leaving my job, I'm....in a bit of a rut. Here's why, and here's what I'm doing about it.

I Finally Sold My Car

I Finally Sold My Car

After months of debate I sold my car in preparation to move to Bangkok, Thailand.

I'm Moving to Thailand

I'm Moving to Thailand

In January I am moving from Portland, Oregon to Bangkok, Thailand to have the adventure that I have been looking for since I began Location180.

My Last Day…

My Last Day…

Tuesday was my last day at my financial job. I am coming to terms with the reality that I now must find a way to pay bills and find my passion.