Well, no, not really. However, you can do a number of things to increase the odds of success.
Get support from people who know what you are doing
Consider joining a community of other designers or creative professionals. Joining a few groups is even better. At least one of those groups should meet in real life. If you have the opportunity and the funds, secure space at a business incubator.
Don’t manage this undertaking without planning
Before you make the leap, make sure you have a firm handle on who your customers might be, how to reach them, and what they want. The advice to take the leap and build your wings on the way down might look great on a motivational poster, but it can be tough in real life.
Be sure to check your own strengths and weaknesses
This is a business management exercise. There will be a good deal of administrative trivia related to taxes and revenue. If you are a creative type who lives up to the stereotype of being disorganized AND bad with numbers you need to decide now what to do with that reality.
Don’t be afraid of going solo with your design and artistic talents, but do become an entrepreneur with a solid understanding of what being a business person is really like.