You are no quitter.
But you also know there is a time for everything and sometimes, quitting is the best option when you know something better awaits, or you have already exerted all the necessary efforts. The same goes when it comes to your job.
You are loyal, and you appreciate the opportunities given to you by your employer, but perhaps it is time to move on and look for something better? No, you are not complaining, nor you are ungrateful, you are only listening to the calling of the heart.
If you are unsure, you would know it is time to quit your job when:
You feel stagnant
Anything you do should provide you a sense of growth, much more so when it comes to your job. When you feel that you are not growing and you are stuck into something monotonous that doesn’t require a lot of time and effort, except getting it done, then yes, it is time to quit. Never deprive yourself a chance to grow and be who you are meant to be.
You are fed up and tired
Short-tempered has become you, and you always feel tired even though you have been doing the same thing for a while, something you have not minded before. As a result, you are hardly productive and worse, hardly yourself anymore.
You have lost motivation
When you have started on your job, you were full of vision and motivation, but nowadays, you have to drag yourself out of bed. Getting to work or getting something done has become a struggle day in and day out. Once you get to work, all you want to do is get home or be somewhere else. This is not healthy and definitely not fair to you and the company you are working for.
Your gut tells you there is something better
Deep inside, you know you are meant to be somewhere and that something greater and more exciting awaits. Having said that, if you don’t quit now, you are robbing yourself of a better opportunity to be pursued elsewhere, and if you do not do something about it sooner, you will end up being miserable.
Have you felt any of this? If you have, you know it is time to move on and seek for what is meant for you, and it can only be found outside the job you currently hold.
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