Daily reasons to quit your job and go your own way - Because if you got a new job, it wouldn't be long before it started to feel very much like the old job

Daily reasons to quit your job and go your own way

Because if you got a new job, it wouldn’t be long before it started to feel very much like the old job

It took it out of you, but finally you’ve found a new job and made it through the exhilerating and exhausting first few months.

You’re delighted to have left behind the long hours, the relentless grind, the politics, the thanklessness and the futulity of the old job.

Only, now you come to think of it, your new colleagues have been less thankful for your work lately than they were when you started. Some of them seem less than enthusiastic about your early successes; a few seem to want you to fail; one or two are doing everything they can to sabotage your efforts.

And, come to think of it, as you’ve taken on ever more responsibilities in your new position, the work has come to seem ever more of a grind, ever more relentless. You’re working into the evening on many days, into the weekends more often than not.

Your new employer’s mission, which seemed so pure and noble when you first heard of it, has come to seem tainted by the compromises made daily in the name of necessity, an irrelevance, an afterthought. Pursuing it has begun to seem pointless even to you.

Come to think of it, the new job has started to feel very much like the old job.

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About The Quit Work Project

I’m M        and I’m trying to convince myself to quit my job in 2020

I created The Quit Work Project to connect with others who are thinking the same way

Together we can quit our jobs and start living our true lives

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