This is the tenth article following The Irony of Quitting My Job to Take a Sabbatical, the first in a series on what I learned and what I’d recommend from quitting my job to take a six-month sabbatical (without another job in sight). Last time, I shared eight considerations I took into account prior to taking the leap. In this article, I share some funny details and key realizations from the day I quit my job to my last day of work.
“‘Winners never quit,’ we’re told, when, in reality, winners quit all the time: choosing to stop doing things that aren’t creating the results they desire.”
– Jim Allen
The day I planned to quit my job, I switched back and forth between serenity and childlike giddiness.
I was fully set on the decision, but there were a couple tiny details.Continue Reading