Don’t read this article, quit your job, and then come blaming me for your home foreclosure. Just like any outside the box thinking article I am simply here to provide you with a unique perspective on certain concepts. This article is geared towards those people that are constantly complaining about how much they hate their job, yet they don’t do anything about. We always hear people talking about how they are going to quit their job yet no one actually pulls the trigger. I am not here to directly tell you to quit your job, I just want to provide all of you with a few signs of when you should quit your job:
1. Lost your passion. You started off your job by being the first one at their and the last one to leave. Now you barely make it on time and are watching the clock all day. Is this the way you want to spend the rest of your life?
2. Go to work miserable every single day. You wake up everyday and just dream about your upcoming day off or you hope the subway system is not working so you won’t have to go to work. You don’t want to start off everyday of the rest of your life in a miserable state.
3. You have an amazing business idea. Maybe you have discovered an opportunity or maybe you are willing to take a chance that no one else is willing to. Either way if you truly feel you have an excellent business idea then why not try to slowly build the concept until you are financially able to run your business full time.
4. You want to follow your passions. We all have skills that could make us lots of money. Some of us also have the ability to make lots of money following our passions. If you are one of those people that are so passionate about something then why not try making a living off it? Think of all the people that had regular day jobs and ended up becoming professional bodybuilders, internet entrepreneurs, athletes, collectors, and the list goes on and on. Focus on your passions and then money will come in after.
5. You want more freedom. You don’t want to be tied down everyday to the same job and the same boss. Some of us want to find a job where we can excel in what were good at and focus on activities that bring us pleasure.
Bonus tip: If you are new to the workforce you don’t want to get into the habit of working jobs you hate. Prior to selecting a job try to realistically ask yourself if any of the 5 situations will apply to you 6 months down the road.