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When to Quit Your Job and Go Full-Time With Your Idea

The founders of Toot App talk about how they kept afloat while developing their business idea.
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In this video with Entrepreneur Network partner Business Rockstars, Toot App founders Sophia Parsa and Shakib Zabihian recommend that when leaving your full-time job seems impossible, you should go out and see if you can raise money. The founders, Sophia Parsa and Shakib Zabihian, speak about raising $100,000 off one idea they believed in.

The process of entrepreneurship is filled with mistakes. No doubt, you will experience many setbacks that make you question abandoning a steady job. However, you can always work diligently to develop your business on the side until you have a sense of security. 

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