If you’re anything like me, then you can’t half-ass or somewhat commit to anything. You’re either ALL in or ALL out - there’s no in between. This sort of mindset has worked wonders for me in the past, as I’m always deemed the ‘most dedicated’ to anything and everything I choose to be a part of. Seriously, I’ve got trophies to prove it. Yet, this mindset has also come back to bite me in the ass at times…because I spread myself waaaaay too thin trying to do it all, end up having weekly panic attacks about it, and inevitably have to bail on someone or something to keep my sanity intact. What can I say? I’m a people pleaser through and through. It’s one of my best and worst traits, and I know I’m not the only one.
Quitting a job is one of the scariest things you’ll ever do, especially if it’s a great gig and you like your boss. However, if bigger and better things are calling your name…it’s so important to lean in to those gut feelings and say farewell to an old opportunity to make room for an even more exciting one. So, when you waltz in to have that big convo with your boss, be sure to remember the following!
Hi beauties! I'm Tori: a 25-year-old writer, reader, and coffee drinker here to inspire you to become the most authentic and empowered version of yourself. Together we'll transform.
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