Why quit your job? The reason is simple : change your life,change your future.Do your best shots.
Why you should quit your job and travel now
“Now that I’m 31, I understand why people say travel while you’re young because once you’re older, you won’t get the chance.But it’s not that you won’t get the chance. It’s that it seems so much harder when you’re older.To clarify, I’m not talking about the kind of travel that neatly fills those allotted twelve days of annual vacation. No, that kind of travel is frenzied, restricting the majority of life to an unnatural cycle of constant want of more.I’m talking about the kind of rugged, unplanned long-term travel where you give up owning most things, leave behind a stable home, learn to live simply on a budget, and really see the world for months on end. The kind of travel that was possible after graduation, when you strapped on your backpack and jumped into the unknown world, flowing carefree wherever the wind blew.”
Ten Reasons Why You Should Work For Yourself
“Have you ever imagined a life where you are free to live on your own terms? Where you have the ability and opportunity to make as much money as you like?You most probably have. Let’s face it, this is almost everyones dream. I’ve never met anyone who said they wouldn’t like to work for themselves.A while back I quit my day job as a ‘Social Media Manager’ because it was really sucking the life out of me. I was working for a company I really didn’t care about, doing meaningless work, and making someone else a lot of money.”
Ten More Reasons Why You Should Quit Your Job And Work For Yourself
“First of all, I don’t believe that getting a job is necessarily a bad thing anymore. Everyone has bills to pay, and hard work is a respectable trait.The thing I have come to realise is that I mostly have a problem with the lack of freedom that comes with the job — being tied down to a very specific place.I want to live a free range life, and having a job really doesn’t allow that.Sure — not having a monthly income is scary and there is no guarantee of making enough money to support yourself and family, but what’s the point of living a life where you spend your days sitting in an office doing work that doesn’t matter?”
“Well, I didn’t quit. It was worse than that.
It was the middle of a meeting. I was bored out of my mind. Plus I was nervous because my new boss told me “don’t worry about it” when I asked about a raise.“Don’t worry about it” means “**** you”.And my leg hurt. I had fallen the day before on the way to my lunch with my work friends.So in the middle of the meeting, I excused myself for the bathroom. I limped out. I said goodbye to the receptionist. I didn’t take my coat, my bag, or any of books. My name might still be on my door.I took the elevator 49 floors down. I went up to Grand Central, took the train 70 miles north. I never went back to work.”
Time To Quit
“I lost my keys and was locked out my apartment. It was the middle of the night and I had nowhere to go. I left a message for the landlady.I tried to climb up the fire escape to see if I could sneak in but I’m afraid of heights. About two stories up, I froze. I couldn’t move up or down. I was scared.Finally I crawled down. I sat down by the curb. Did the landlady get the message? I didn’t know. All I could do was wait. Watch the cars go by. Smell the gas at the gas station next door.”
I Quit My Job Today(And so can you!)
“Today was my last day as a senior editor at a major publishing company, a little over five years after starting in this particular job and fifteen years into a career I once thought I wanted more than anything else.As it turns out, what I really want more than anything else is to be happy.”
Why I left the best job in the world
“Today was my last day at Andreessen Horowitz.I feel deeply fortunate to have worked with some of the smartest people in technology — people like Marc Andreessen, Ben Horowitz and Chris Dixon among others — and to have learned so much from them while serving the a16z mission of helping entrepreneurs reach their dreams.
So why am I leaving? The answer might surprise you: I’ve decided to become a software engineer.”
The Full-Time Job Is Dead
“Who wants to work 40 hours a week for a single employer? In the future, perhaps nobody.
The full-time job, used to it as we are, is not some natural state of human existence. Before the 1800s, few people worked a structured “work week.” That conceit was dreamed up by early industrialists, who needed to bring workers together in a factory at the same time to efficiently make products. For the past 100 years, the 40-hour job has been the centerpiece of work life because there was no better way for people to gather in one place at the same time to connect, collaborate and produce.”