Hate Your Work and Thinking of Quitting Your Job

Limor Markman
Limor Markman is a Real Estate Investor and Money Expert empowering women to live unapologetically Financially FabulousTM lives! Following a decade of marketing leadership in the Financial Services industry, Limor found herself asking if there is more to life than climbing the corporate ladder and working even more hours. With these thoughts in mind, she embarked on a journey to educate herself on real estate investing and has quickly become an accomplished real estate investor with properties across Canada. Limor launched www.Limor.Money as well as the YouTube channel ‘Limor’ as a judgment and jargon free space for women to learn about and excel at managing their finances. She travels across Canada teaching women the basics of real estate investing. She is also a contributing author to the best selling book, “Who’s Going To Stop Us Now,” where she tells her personal finance journey. Limor believes that all women should be financially independent regardless of their relationship status and has made it her mission to empower women to take steps to make this a reality.
Personal Finance

Dec 07,2016

So you’re thinking about Quitting Your Job!

The question as to how to quit your job seems to come up very often. So many people I know are unhappy in their job situation, whether it is a boss they don’t get along with or just the kind of work they are doing. Many have considered going out on their own as opposed to working for yet another boss.

The questions are – how to go about this change? What are the real considerations that should be kept in mind when thinking of quitting your job for an independent entrepreneurial lifestyle? Is it enough to have big dreams and a job that you hate?

My recommendations are:

  • Channel your negative energy which you might have from your current job into positive working energy
  • Discover what your passions are and work towards developing those passions into alternative streams of income. It is important to do this while you are still employed.
  • Do lots of research connected with your new possibilities.
  • Sign up for courses and continue to learn about your prospective new field of work.
  • Make sure you have put funds away into your savings so that you have enough money to see you through for at least 6 months while you start your new venture. If you don’t already have this back-up, start working on it.
  • Take stock and calculate how much your life expenses are and what your monthly costs are.
  • Make the time to work on your new venture. If necessary, you can find a part time job which would see you through, so that you have the time to get your new plans in action.

As a motivator, write a resignation letter and post it up in your home. This will encourage you to leave a job which makes you unhappy and move you to action to find your new place of earnings where you will be excited to start work every morning.

It takes a great deal of work to start a new venture but if you are passionate about what you do, you’ll enjoy the process!

 

Disclaimer: Just a reminder, that I’m not a Certified Financial Planner, the content is my opinion only. I’ve made every effort to ensure that the information in my videos and articles has been accurately represented. I do not warrant or represent that the information is accurate, up-to-date, comprehensive, verified or complete. The content has been developed for educational and informational purposes only and is made available to you as self-help tools for your own use; it is not a substitute for professional advice. I shall not be liable for any investment decisions or any other actions taken by you based on my information. 

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