You're already plotting your next move.
You're where you are now because you like to move around, try things out - I mean your doing better than most people your age but there's something missing.
You've already scoped out other companies, refreshed your resume and talked to your manager about possible openings, but the thought of working within cube world for the rest of your life makes you cringe.
Your inner child is yearning for more. Dying to see you live out your dreams. But instead you're greeted everyday by the drudgery of corporate life, more staff meetings, more grumblings, more blah...
You're already helping people to level up around you in and you can already see yourself getting paid to do more of the work you love. You want the freedom to travel when you want, for how you want -- creating what you want in the process. And ultimately you want the freedom to spend more time with your family and loved ones, without the burden of "how am I going to survive."
So what's holding you back?
Resources, believers, time... connections? Maybe courage as well?
Imagine having a complete marketing system in place that runs on autopilot and generates a reliable and predictable stream of new clients every month? Maybe you don't know exactly what you're trying to accomplish and you're wondering if it's worth figuring out.
Having to work a job that takes up the majority of your time doesn't help.
If you're thinking "why do I continue to endure this if I know this isn't my destiny?"
Saying to yourself, "There's definitely a higher power pulling me towards entrepreneurship," then this is for you.
I know what it's like.
<<< This was me, 2 years ago.
A Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. A masters in Marketing and Technology Innovation -- I was like lil Jimmy from the College Dropout skits.
But that wasn't the story I wanted to live.
I had to figure my way out of there.
Being that guy, wasn't on my bucket list and I needed a way out.
Fortunately I always had a side hustle.
Video. Short films. Commercials. Weddings. That kinda thing.
It gave me the creative expression I needed and some extra money -- but it wasn't sustainable and wasn't anything to live off of.
Something was missing.
A few months later, days before my son was born, I made the leap.
Along the way I had to teach myself the ins and outs of copywriting, sales, persuasion, online marketing, psychology, mind science, and everything I'd need to actually make a living on my own terms.
What I'm doing now is sharing those lessons with you directly so you can learn from my mistakes and shave years off your own journey.
I'm here to help accelerate your growth during this transition.
I created this portal to give you the kind of mentorship I wish I had before and after I became The Corporate Dropout.
The #1 one thing we're never good at is seeing ourselves as others see us.
Coaching gives us that perspective and allows us to adjust accordingly.
My goal here is to feed you information that will get you to take action on your dreams.
Step by step guides and formulas to launch your business online before you dropout and everything you need to grow once you do.
- Make a living off your creativity by understanding that marketing is all about delivering timely solutions that solve burning problems.
- Attract the right people to you by developing a core mindset to get the things you see in your head.
- Shorten the gap between where you are and where you want to be.
- Get support from an underground community of corporate dropouts living life on their own terms.
We'll cover ideas that span sales, marketing, psychology and the delivery of value.
So you can feel more confident selling your services,
leveraging your skills and turning them into income from paying clients.
Start pitching yourself as an asset so you can capture the highest level engagements.
Learn the core philosophy behind culture design and how you can use it to create your own freedom.
Who am I?
If you don't know by now I'm Ras OMARI.
The Corporate Dropout
When I left the corporate america to "chase my dreams"I did all the things you're not supposed to do.
I'd been freelancing on the side as a photographer and videographer for a couple years and figured if I quit, I could just start booking more work and I'd be good.
I quickly learned that wasn't enough. I needed systems, and more importantly the mindset so I could charge a premium for my time and be able to do more of the work I loved.
Look, I know the struggles freelancers go through- from leaving corporate america to earning a consistent income. I made a promise to myself that as soon as I got this thing figured out I'd go back and bring the next wave with me.
That's what this is all about.
If you're interested in seeing how we could work together take my number and text me. I promise to not mlm you.
Despite the yacht pic, I'm not one of those guys.
Hit me up.
+1 646 798-4022
or jump into the fatest growing community of Corporate Dropouts online.