I get it, you don’t like your job and you want to quit.
We all get those moments, some more than others.
Sometimes we get SO mad at our job, the people and the boss and we just want to quit on the spot.
Wanting to quit when you’re mad is normal, however, if you’re not mad at all and you’re calm and still want to quit your job, maybe there’s something deeper that needs addressing and that’s what I want to discuss with you today.
Getting Upset/Mad at Work is Normal
We all have good and bad days.
We are human and jobs aren’t suppose to be perfect.
No matter what job you have, there will always be days you absolutely love and other days when you hate being there, hate everything, hate everyone and life in general.
In those bad times, you are usually stressed and upset and aren’t thinking rationally because of those strong emotions going through your head.
Well what if you continue to have those feelings about your job even when you’ve calmed down, have a clear mind and you are thinking straight?
Then that brings up more questions than answers, and the first question is…
What Makes You Want to Quit Your Job?
There are lots of reasons for someone to quit their job.
You may have coworkers you don’t get along with, you may not like the job anymore or even the pay.
I know when I was a wage worker I was earning less money than I was worth and I absolutely hated that.
That can drive any hard worker to quit because who likes to get ripped off?
If it’s the job and you don’t like it anymore, that is a good reason to look elsewhere for something more rewarding.
Going to do something you hate every single day, being miserable everyday and only enjoying 2 out of 7 days is no way to live life.
That is called the weekend effect.
Do You Really, Really, Really Want to Quit?
So after you’ve thought about your situation and what type of feelings you have towards your workplace, what are your end thoughts?
What is your “conclusion”?
Are you sick and tired of going to the same job you hate everyday, but been in it for 10+ years?
That is a great excuse in my opinion and you have my full blessing.
If you don’t like your income and feel like you’re getting ripped off for the service you provide but the boss doesn’t want to give you a raise, then that is also a viable excuse to get out asap.
However, if you love your job 90% of the time and only have a few hiccups every now and then, that isn’t really a good excuse to leave because those little problems happen in ALL workplace environments.
It doesn’t matter what job you have, there will always be times when things don’t go your way or the way you prefer over somebody else’s.
When Do You Take the Plunge?
Well if you landed on this page, no doubt you’ve been telling yourself you want to quit your job for a number of years now.
And IF you’ve completely made up your mind, answer this question…
When are you going to stop being a p***y and actually do this for yourself, your family and your future.
Timing will never be perfect, there will never be a better time and no one is coming to save you.
You have to take the plunge now or it’s going to be never.
Because you’ll just make excuses after excuse and before you know it, another 10 years would have passed, then another 10 and another 10.
Next thing you know, you’ll be 60 years old, still in the same job you hated when you were 20 and you’ll think, well, “I might as well just stay here until I retire”.
Do you really want that?
Do you really want that to happen to you with all these big dreams and aspirations you have?
Don’t let procrastination kill what’s yours to take.
Do something now while you can and don’t let fear of change stop you from living the life you want!!!
You are amazing in every way and I know for a fact you will do the right thing to better your future 😀
Thanks for reading.
Now it’s your turn:
Are you stuck in a job you hate?
Have you thought about leaving?
Leave your thoughts in the comments below!