You are probably not satisfied with your job. You want to be successful and you feel that this can only happen if you draw up a resignation letter, quit your job and follow your passion. Many people in this situation fear to venture out for the simple fear of how things will work out after they quit their jobs.
It is not easy quitting a job, but it could be well worth it. Before you say the final goodbye to your current job, here are some things you need to know.
Discover your purpose
Discovering your purpose for wanting something in life is very important. Why you want to pursue your passion or look for a new job might not be connected to how your current job makes you feel. Or it might.
SOME PEOPLE WANT TO LEAVE THEIR JOB IN ORDER TO GIVE THEIR PASSION PROJECT FULL ATTENTION
Most people begin to look for opportunities elsewhere the moment their current job begins to make them feel inadequate. Finding out what you want in a job can help you stay focused in your new career and avoid coming across similar situations that made you dislike your previous job.
Can you do your thing on the side?
Some people want to leave their job in order to give their passion project full attention. If you have tested the feasibility of your idea through real world results and you are earning more than your full time job, leaving might allow for you to expand your project and attend to the necessary growth. Often, people allocate more time to watching series or socialising than they do to the venture they have on the side. Therefore, the most important thing one must consider is the practical implications of the decision. Your steady job will help finance this dream of yours, but you have to make sure that you are managing your time adequately and creating systems that help you multi task with minimal compromise of the output on both jobs. Otherwise, you will leave your main job and start struggling to get things off the ground in your passion project, whilst haemorrhaging money and ultimately losing at both.