3 Years ago I can remember sitting in a meeting room with my wife, one of my Directors and my occupational health representative crying my eyes out. I cant remember what was really discussed that day however I remember that was the day I knew I have to leave my job for the sake of my family and my health.
I knew it long before this point, I just didn’t want to admit it. If I admitted it it, it was just another stick I had to beat myself with – quitter, failure, ashamed.
But everything about that particular environment at that time was driving me to an early grave.
It turns out, the decision made that day has driven everything that is good in my life now.
CLICK ON THE PICTURE to read this article. It summarizes nicely when that becomes the correct decision for someone as well as looking at the pitfalls you may need to overcome in getting there.