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Overlap: Start a Business While Working a Full Time Job Go from overwhelmed and feeling stuck to getting clarity and creating financial freedom. Starting a business doesn’t have to mean quitting your day job, risking it all, and hoping for the best. Fortunately, there’s a more practical way to freedom than taking a leap and putting your family at risk. Overlap starts with the Overlap: Start a Business While Working a Full Time Job Go from overwhelmed and feeling stuck to getting clarity and creating financial freedom. Starting a business doesn’t have to mean quitting your day job, risking it all, and hoping for the best. Fortunately, there’s a more practical way to freedom than taking a leap and putting your family at risk. Overlap starts with the day job. You use the stability of your day job to provide a financial foundation for building your own business on the side. When Sean McCabe started practicing hand lettering, he never dreamed he’d make over $500,000 from the craft. He always thought it’d be a hobby. But he learned that there are three specific ways to make money from any niche pursuit. Sean codifies and breaks down these three methods of making money in what he calls The Trifecta: • Client Work • Products • Teaching No matter what you want to do, you can grow a thriving business using these three methods of generating revenue. But where you’ll get stuck is trying to find the time, motivation, and focus to do the work. • How do you get your family or spouse on board when they’re scared? • What if you come home from your day job feeling exhausted and ready to collapse? • What if you have many passions and you’re not sure which to focus on? Overlap will help you find your passion, develop your skills, get out of scarcity, and create the life you want. The results will not come overnight, but this book will help you get unstuck and give you a clear idea of exactly what to do next. Don’t Quit Your Day Job There’s a notion that if you’re “really serious” you’ll quit your day job and give your passion a chance. That works for some people, but so does the lottery. I don’t think it’s a winning strategy. You want something more sensible—something that doesn’t involve crazy amounts of risk (and the high likelihood you’ll kill your passion for good if things don’t pan out). We all know people who quit their job to pursue their passion only to end up hating what they do. Or worse: they had to go back to the day job and, because they felt like a failure, they never got up the courage to try again. You’re here because you want something more practical: a systematic plan and logical steps for making a living from what you love. Overlap is for you. When you overlap, you don’t immediately quit your day job. You use the day job as a financial foundation to support your pursuit of something else. This does something incredible. Rather than feel immediate financial pressure, you are free to explore, do, and try. This exploratory phase is critical. It prevents burnout and helps you avoid killing your passion, which often happens when you’re desperate for money. Overlap is where you start a business while working a full time job. • This is the book you’ll wish you had years ago. • This is the book that finally gives you clarity. • This is the book you can give to your kids and not worry about their future. This is a sensible, practical, down to earth guide to making a living doing what you love, creating financial freedom for yourself, and getting your family on board. I’ve been working on this book for years. I’ve written the book, re-written it, and revised it based on hundreds of personal conversations I’ve had with people who want something more than the status quo. What I discovered is this: Most Books Are Addressing the Wrong Problems I found that the things holding you back aren’t necessarily lack of business knowledge, finance, or anything like that. In my conversations, I learned it’s these things that are holding you back: • Lack of support from your family. • Trouble finding motivation. • Not enough time. • Difficulty focusing. • Unsure of the right thing to pursue. • Feeling overwhelmed with the possibilities. I reverse engineered Overlap to solve every single one of these struggles. If you believe you were meant for something more, if you believe you can make it, if you believe you were destined for greatness… Overlap will help you get there.


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Overlap: Start a Business While Working a Full Time Job Go from overwhelmed and feeling stuck to getting clarity and creating financial freedom. Starting a business doesn’t have to mean quitting your day job, risking it all, and hoping for the best. Fortunately, there’s a more practical way to freedom than taking a leap and putting your family at risk. Overlap starts with the Overlap: Start a Business While Working a Full Time Job Go from overwhelmed and feeling stuck to getting clarity and creating financial freedom. Starting a business doesn’t have to mean quitting your day job, risking it all, and hoping for the best. Fortunately, there’s a more practical way to freedom than taking a leap and putting your family at risk. Overlap starts with the day job. You use the stability of your day job to provide a financial foundation for building your own business on the side. When Sean McCabe started practicing hand lettering, he never dreamed he’d make over $500,000 from the craft. He always thought it’d be a hobby. But he learned that there are three specific ways to make money from any niche pursuit. Sean codifies and breaks down these three methods of making money in what he calls The Trifecta: • Client Work • Products • Teaching No matter what you want to do, you can grow a thriving business using these three methods of generating revenue. But where you’ll get stuck is trying to find the time, motivation, and focus to do the work. • How do you get your family or spouse on board when they’re scared? • What if you come home from your day job feeling exhausted and ready to collapse? • What if you have many passions and you’re not sure which to focus on? Overlap will help you find your passion, develop your skills, get out of scarcity, and create the life you want. The results will not come overnight, but this book will help you get unstuck and give you a clear idea of exactly what to do next. Don’t Quit Your Day Job There’s a notion that if you’re “really serious” you’ll quit your day job and give your passion a chance. That works for some people, but so does the lottery. I don’t think it’s a winning strategy. You want something more sensible—something that doesn’t involve crazy amounts of risk (and the high likelihood you’ll kill your passion for good if things don’t pan out). We all know people who quit their job to pursue their passion only to end up hating what they do. Or worse: they had to go back to the day job and, because they felt like a failure, they never got up the courage to try again. You’re here because you want something more practical: a systematic plan and logical steps for making a living from what you love. Overlap is for you. When you overlap, you don’t immediately quit your day job. You use the day job as a financial foundation to support your pursuit of something else. This does something incredible. Rather than feel immediate financial pressure, you are free to explore, do, and try. This exploratory phase is critical. It prevents burnout and helps you avoid killing your passion, which often happens when you’re desperate for money. Overlap is where you start a business while working a full time job. • This is the book you’ll wish you had years ago. • This is the book that finally gives you clarity. • This is the book you can give to your kids and not worry about their future. This is a sensible, practical, down to earth guide to making a living doing what you love, creating financial freedom for yourself, and getting your family on board. I’ve been working on this book for years. I’ve written the book, re-written it, and revised it based on hundreds of personal conversations I’ve had with people who want something more than the status quo. What I discovered is this: Most Books Are Addressing the Wrong Problems I found that the things holding you back aren’t necessarily lack of business knowledge, finance, or anything like that. In my conversations, I learned it’s these things that are holding you back: • Lack of support from your family. • Trouble finding motivation. • Not enough time. • Difficulty focusing. • Unsure of the right thing to pursue. • Feeling overwhelmed with the possibilities. I reverse engineered Overlap to solve every single one of these struggles. If you believe you were meant for something more, if you believe you can make it, if you believe you were destined for greatness… Overlap will help you get there.

30 review for Overlap: Start a Business While Working a Full-Time Job

  1. 5 out of 5

    Julissa

    You can get the audiobook for FREE until September 14! I recommend anything Sean McCabe does 100% You won't regret it! *I'll write my review after I finish listening to it* I just didn't want you to miss out on this opportunity. You can get the audiobook for FREE until September 14! I recommend anything Sean McCabe does 100% You won't regret it! *I'll write my review after I finish listening to it* I just didn't want you to miss out on this opportunity.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tsavo Neal

    One of the most wholesome books on business I've read. You can look back into Sean's history and see that he practices what he preaches. This isn't a book on making money from a guy who makes money on teaching others how to make money — he made six figures doing client work in hand lettering. If you've ever thought about turning your passion into a business, Overlap is for you. You can read my notes on the book here: https://publicmentors.com/sean-mccabe/ One of the most wholesome books on business I've read. You can look back into Sean's history and see that he practices what he preaches. This isn't a book on making money from a guy who makes money on teaching others how to make money — he made six figures doing client work in hand lettering. If you've ever thought about turning your passion into a business, Overlap is for you. You can read my notes on the book here: https://publicmentors.com/sean-mccabe/

  3. 5 out of 5

    Georgi Nenov

    I highly recommend this book to everyone that strives for finding his own "thing". Such a great summary of most of the concepts that are circling around without overcomplicating the book with irrelevant stories or sales pitches. Undoubtedly, I will read the book again and recommend it to all of my friends. I highly recommend this book to everyone that strives for finding his own "thing". Such a great summary of most of the concepts that are circling around without overcomplicating the book with irrelevant stories or sales pitches. Undoubtedly, I will read the book again and recommend it to all of my friends.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Vanya Prodanova

    Е, да си се чудя как тази книга ми хареса толкова много. Засега е номер едно и ще видим дали нещо по-добро ще се появи и ще я измести. :) Книгата е кратка, но я четох на части, тъй като си има нужда да позволиш на информацията да попие, че иначе може да блокираш. Мда, авторът много го бива да ползва клиширани фрази от добре познатите ми книги за самопомощ, но в комбинация с фрази, които са болезнено откровени, нещата добиват съвсем друг смисъл. Нищо от написаното не би било непознато за човек интер Е, да си се чудя как тази книга ми хареса толкова много. Засега е номер едно и ще видим дали нещо по-добро ще се появи и ще я измести. :) Книгата е кратка, но я четох на части, тъй като си има нужда да позволиш на информацията да попие, че иначе може да блокираш. Мда, авторът много го бива да ползва клиширани фрази от добре познатите ми книги за самопомощ, но в комбинация с фрази, които са болезнено откровени, нещата добиват съвсем друг смисъл. Нищо от написаното не би било непознато за човек интересуващ се от темата за продажби, бизнес, брандове и подобни неща, но с прямотата, с която назовава нещата както са в реалността - всичко го виждаш по друг начин. Доста удари понесе малката ми душа, но пък в рамките на тези няколко дни, колко неща зарязах, хаха, не е истина, просто защото книгата ме накара да се замисля и активирам. А няма нищо по-добро от книга, която те кара да се раздвижиш. Книгата я има и за безплатно четене онлайн. Така, че ходете и я четете. :Р И за вдъхновение, за да я прочетете, ето няколко от любимите ми цитати: "You can start with passion and ultimately figure out a way to make money, but it’s much easier to start with something that makes money and become passionate about that. " "If you have a terrible journey, it doesn’t matter how great the destination is." "Yes fills time. No makes time."

  5. 5 out of 5

    Henry Suryawirawan

    Superb book for people who wants to learn how to overlap. It doesn't just explain and teach you on overlap, but also some life and relationship matters. I fully enjoyed reading each chapter and look forward to applying it. Superb book for people who wants to learn how to overlap. It doesn't just explain and teach you on overlap, but also some life and relationship matters. I fully enjoyed reading each chapter and look forward to applying it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Manuel Tiago

    This book goes above and beyond the Overlap method, teaching you about how to find your goals and passions, keeping true to them and iterating fast. You'll get to learn how to keep the lights on whilst working on your next big project. This is a great book for anyone that aspires to achieve greatness on their professional life. It's very hard for me to find clarity and focus when working on my passions: Which passion should I pursue? How can I know if this will be my next big thing? When should I This book goes above and beyond the Overlap method, teaching you about how to find your goals and passions, keeping true to them and iterating fast. You'll get to learn how to keep the lights on whilst working on your next big project. This is a great book for anyone that aspires to achieve greatness on their professional life. It's very hard for me to find clarity and focus when working on my passions: Which passion should I pursue? How can I know if this will be my next big thing? When should I move to the next one? This book helped me a lot on getting my mind straight about all of these. You should read this book if you want to achieve greatness on your projects and on your professional life. You should read it if you feel lost or stuck when working out what are your passions and goals. You should read it if you want to increase your audience and actually increase your profits from that exposure.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Santana-Banks

    If you are an entrepreneur looking to revamp your business, someone wanting to change careers, or a creative in hopes to find your passion and hopefully live a fulfilling life, you should read this book. Overlap is full of actionable and encouraging information about how to successfully transition from a full-time job to eventually be working on your passion.The book is divided into small chapters with a key takeaway at the end of each, making it a quick and easy reading. A lot of the lessons in If you are an entrepreneur looking to revamp your business, someone wanting to change careers, or a creative in hopes to find your passion and hopefully live a fulfilling life, you should read this book. Overlap is full of actionable and encouraging information about how to successfully transition from a full-time job to eventually be working on your passion.The book is divided into small chapters with a key takeaway at the end of each, making it a quick and easy reading. A lot of the lessons in the book rang the bell with me, including when Sean McCabe brought up the concepts of "scarcity mentality," "overlapping," and "deliberate practice," to name a few. I not only recommend this book, but I’m using it to fix the mistakes I made in my business.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Bernie Anderson

    I purchased this book mostly because of the law of reciprocity. (Sean personally answered an email and gave me advice about my website, blog, and writing). I bought this book - and am glad I did! While Sean’s writing style is a bit denser than my personal preference, the content in the book is gold. As someone with multiple areas of interest I see the principles of “Overlap” to be something that I’ll be walking in for my entire life. In fact, I already have been. Definitely worth a read if you’r I purchased this book mostly because of the law of reciprocity. (Sean personally answered an email and gave me advice about my website, blog, and writing). I bought this book - and am glad I did! While Sean’s writing style is a bit denser than my personal preference, the content in the book is gold. As someone with multiple areas of interest I see the principles of “Overlap” to be something that I’ll be walking in for my entire life. In fact, I already have been. Definitely worth a read if you’re feeling the need for a career change.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Veronica

    This is very condensed wisdom on getting financially stable while practically pursuing what you love to do. I've listened to every one of Sean's podcasts, and this is truly the distillation of his life's work thus far. I highly recommend both the audio version and the physical copy, which is a hefty and gorgeous linen hardcover. This is very condensed wisdom on getting financially stable while practically pursuing what you love to do. I've listened to every one of Sean's podcasts, and this is truly the distillation of his life's work thus far. I highly recommend both the audio version and the physical copy, which is a hefty and gorgeous linen hardcover.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Cody

    Not your run-of-the-mill side hustle book! This book is dense with gems valuable to those considering a sidehustle and those a couple of years deep into full-time business (such as myself) alike. Get this book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ed Orozco

    One of the most highlightable books I’ve ever read. It’s packed with actionable advice on how to fund, develop and scale your passion business. It definitely hit home for me and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to start their own side business but are not sure of where to start.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Diana

    Good book to come back to and reference from time to time. All about the art of building a side-gig until that becomes the main-gig. Will revisit

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ayoola Efunkoya

    Overlap is an amazing book for everyone. It more than delivered on what it promised: To teach the employee ways to start various side businesses without necessarily quitting the 9-to-5. I recommend it to everyone.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Qistina

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shannelle

  16. 4 out of 5

    Abu Sayeed

  17. 5 out of 5

    Gabriel

  18. 5 out of 5

    Fabio

  19. 4 out of 5

    Razan

  20. 4 out of 5

    Reinout Claeys

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mark Hadley

  22. 5 out of 5

    Duane

  23. 5 out of 5

    Johannes Holmberg

  24. 4 out of 5

    Chuan Zhang

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ben Decker

  26. 4 out of 5

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  27. 5 out of 5

    Alex

  28. 4 out of 5

    Monica

  29. 5 out of 5

    Paul

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kristina

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