Even in today's down economy, in which many people are thankful for simply having a job, a growing number of employees are not content where they are. Most of those who would like to do something different will look for new full-time employment. But a few — and the number is growing — will look for things they can do on their own.
Taking that big leap from traditional employment raises some major questions and requires a lot of thought. What are the biggest challenges these would-be entrepreneurs face?
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Since 1994, Scott Lowe has been providing technology solutions to a variety of organizations. After spending 10 years in multiple CIO roles, Scott is now an independent consultant, blogger, author, owner of The 1610 Group, and a Senior IT Executive with CampusWorks, Inc. Scott is available for consulting, writing, and speaking engagements and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.