Whether you are minutes away from quitting your job or you are just fantasizing about “sticking it to the man,” quitting is on our minds more often than we admit. And just like a break-up, there is a time and place for quitting one’s job. Sometimes circumstances are so extreme and abusive that quitting really is the best option. On the flip side, there are situations where a game plan needs to be put in place to make sure you’ve done everything you can do.
And then there’s the “how” of quitting. Texting “it’s not you, it’s me” just isn’t going to do the trick if we want to preserve our professional reputations. Quitting the right way matters.
This month, we’re talking about quitting. We’ll be covering the following as we plot our journey to the end:
- Is it time to quit?
- What are the 3 things we need to be sure to do before we quit?
- What are the top 5 worst ways to quit?
- Prescription for quitting the “right way”
So, before you do anything hasty, hold on for one more month. And if it helps, you can live vicariously through George Costanza – the master of quitting the wrong way.
A note from Brandon
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