How to Quit Your Job with Class

Let’s say you have a job that earns you a steady paycheck, but it’s mind-crushingly dull. The first thing you do when your alarm goes off in the morning is begin counting the hours until you can get back in bed and set it again. In my opinion, lathering, rinsing, and repeating year in and year out and hoping for an early grave is no way to live! While I wouldn’t advise just quitting such a job cold turkey without a backup plan, I would suggest using your spare time to examine the options and opportunities available around you. Unless you’re happy in a life devoid of challenges or satisfaction. Your call!

Let’s assume that we’re already at the point where you’ve decided that enough is enough and you’re ready to leave behind an old job. In this case, I guess we could have easily titled this “How to Get Started with Enjoying Your Life.” Or maybe you like your old job just fine but you just have a better offer elsewhere. No matter how dissatisfied you are (or aren’t) with your job, it’s still important to take the high road and quit with class…

[$5+ patrons can read the rest of How to Quit Your Job with Class here. Not a patron? Consider the benefits here!]