quit your job

Some people have a nagging feeling that the job they are in isn’t right for them. For me, it was a sudden, powerful realization
I speak to countless people who complain about their lives and say they want to quit their jobs, but who stay put year after year. I get it, I was there myself once. Understanding what is preventing you from taking action is one of the most important ways to move forward.
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When Taylor Hendricks returned home in 2014 from a world-rocking service trek in Nicaragua she was completely resolved to leave her current position with a nonprofit organization working on US health policy to find work in the global health/development field.
When you know you have a fallback plan, projects related to your passion can fall to the wayside. I'm not talking about the work you do to keep the lights on. I'm talking about the work you know you were called to do, those teachings that will really make a difference once you share them with the world.
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!
Jumping into the entrepreneurial world after working in a job for many years can be challenging. For some that have been in the corporate world for a long time, they are so used to the stability and the routine that the fear of the unknown is what keeps them from foraying into the entrepreneurial world.
Okay so first things first -- this post isn't just for those itching to break out of the cubicle, grab their backpack, and spend all their savings on finding themselves. It's about honoring what's right for you and believing in your dreams and passions enough to take a huge chance on yourself.
One year ago today, I walked into my boss' office at the company I had worked at for over a decade, and I quit. It was not a hasty decision, nor an easy one
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During my time spent in full-time office jobs, I can remember distinct conversations with colleagues where we would discuss what we'd rather be doing. Talking about our "drothers" was a stress reliever, an outlet for the innovative, passionate voice of the soul that was made smaller with each day of structured work exchanged for a paycheck.
Before making a major life change, of course there will be a few hesitations but I encourage you to push the fear aside. You don't have to be "young" to make the move, "well-off" or any other stigma that society pushes us to believe. If this is something you're passionate about, it's worth it.
As a personal finance blogger, I watched my peers start leaving their corporate jobs for a location independent lifestyle
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That being said, there are three principles I've discovered that help keep my fire going. These principles are the reasons I'm able to keep pushing past the doubts and insecurities that try to hold me down.
This is the most important one. Your boss, like your parent, should be aiming for your success. If you don't feel like your boss is looking for ways to help further your career, or worse, is trying to sabotage you, then you don't have a boss -- you have a problem.