Daniel, Ken's answer is very much similar to mine and I would like to add that you will be making some very tough decisions in order to make this work. I suggest looking at your expenditures and see where you can cut back, even if it doesn't seem it will make a difference. In the long run, it always does. If you have already done that, then you have to push a tad harder in your own company and try to get in front of more clients. It's a numbers game and the more clients you connect with, the more chances you have of landing multiple projects. Once you land enough that will compensate you closely enough to cover the loss of your day job, take the leap. Expend the resource of time on your new clients' projects and make sure to get back out there to land more clients. In time, your opportunities and business will expand and then you'll be back on here looking for advice on hiring people. Best of luck, sir!
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