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Reason #1 I started my own company. Hating my job and the people around me. Respected myself enough to walk away and take a huge risk. Best choice of my life. Never been happier or more fulfilled. Loving life everyday. Waking up peaceful and no drama. So long drama, so long!


The 5 Big Fears That Keep You Stuck in a Job You Hate

The 5 Big Fears That Keep You Stuck in a Job You Hate #work #career #job

from Think Creative Collective

4 Signs It's Time to Leave the Job You Hate

Hate is a strong word. But sometimes, a job is THAT bad. If it is, you’ve got no business “sticking-it-out.” Before starting my business, I was stuck in a toxic work environment. I didn’t leave because I didn’t think I could. I became someone I didn't recognize - stressed all the time, negative, and just plain unhappy. My story isn’t unique. | Think Creative Collective

Being at the start of this entrepreneurial race I can feel very low. The moment I finally did the paper work to create my business doubt and fear started stalking me. I find myself more anxious and tense of knowing the path I want for my life is scary. My parents were not entrepreneurs. They are good people that believe in being safe. Safe means going to school staying out of trouble and finding a good job. My life is not that neat. It took me three school and seven years to get my first…


Honestly, My Goal Is To Build A Life And Career Where I Am Not Constantly Waiting For The Weekend. I Don't Want To Live That Way, Where I Hate Five Days Of The Week Because I Hate My Life And My Job So Much, That The Only Relief I Get Is Saturday And Sunday. I Want To Enjoy My Life And Not Wish It Away Every Week. I Want Each Day To Matter To Me, In Some Way. I Want To Like My Life, All Of It, Not Just My Life On The Weekend.


My work has this cute thing they do where if you’re really good at your job, they get you to do everyone else’s too. | Snarkecards