Work life balance is ever so important. We tend to spend the most time at work, more than we do with our family. Hating your job, manager or assigned tasks isn’t good for you or your general well-being.
Today’s post is slightly different. It comes in the form of a video.
I have a special guest talking about his real life decisions and how he quit the job that he didn’t like without having a new perspective employer lined up.
In short, Joseph went from working in a Corporate Bank as a Business Portfolio Manager to the Learning and Development space. He initially took a pay cut, but over the course of a few years, his salary sky rocketed, as did his morale and joy at work.
If you have any questions or find yourself in a similar position to Joseph and would like to discuss things further, please feel free to reach out to either of us on LinkedIn and we’d be more than happy to help.
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One thought on “Financial Hack: You don’t like your job? Quit then!”
Loved this! This is me right now. I quit my job at the start of Feb because I hated it, and here we are in the lockdown which we couldn’t have predicted, but I’m just at the very beginning of my journey to change.
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