Sometimes quitting is the right answer, and sometimes it is not. Sometimes you need to preserve, and sometimes you need to let go.
For the first time in my life I started looking around and paying attention to life. I was rushing to achieve so much and was getting close to my final goal only to realize that there is a serious cost associated with that accomplishment. The cost of life. I realized we have only one!
Here are seven common clues that you may be better off quitting your job to pursue a different opportunity, start your own business, or simply take a well-deserved sabbatical to think about who you are and what you really want to do.
What happens when your career path turns into a dead end? You've done everything possible to win that promotion, but it's still out of reach. Or, maybe you love your job, but you're struggling to survive on a paycheck that barely covers the rent.
It's a big decision! If you're feeling stuck, but not clear on the next steps consider weighing your current work situation against the following variables. If you can relate to any or all of them, it's time to plot out your exit strategy and move on to your next big thing.
Many people only dream about quitting their jobs and moving to an island, but that's exactly what Noelle Hancock did. She joins us to explain why she abandoned her career, relocated to the Caribbean and acquired a more healthy lifestyle.
Blogging has become an outlet for me where I can share the things that I care about and help other moms in the process. I can write about bedtime struggles, behavior issues, or just a fun family outing. I can be Mommy to my boys and MomShar to the world.
The United States is the only modern industrialized country that doesn't require employers give minimum annual time off with pay. That makes the vacation days you get a true gift -- one that is precious and essential to your performance in life, both professional and personal.
As boring as it sounds, making a huge life change -- like whether your money comes from a job or your own business -- isn't a spur-of-the-moment decision.
Why plow through your best years, hoping to spend your last years doing all the stuff you could have done better in your youth?