The idea that there are many people who have it harder than you is pretty bad. I'll tell you the end result of being paralyzed in thinking by corporate livestock.

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In this issue.Risks of leaving a company at a moment's noticeI would like to talk about

I myself, I think it's momentum.I have had the experience of quitting a company with an easy feeling and regretting it immensely.

As a result, theI ended up eating my way through temp work.Preparation is really important.

I want to quit my job right now! I would like to talk about what you should do to avoid regretting quitting on the spur of the moment, based on my own experiences.

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It is extremely dangerous to leave a company on the spur of the moment, thinking, "I'll find another one before too long," or "I'll get by.

In fact, here's someone who quit right away and went into crisis.

Pattern of quitting at a moment's notice, thinking you'll make money right away.

Recently, more and more people are choosing to work freely as freelancers, such as bloggers and writers.

I don't see anything wrong with this in and of itself.Without second thoughts, "I'll make money as soon as I freelance!"It would be too risky to quit suddenly thinking "I'm not going to do this.

Even if you have some paid vacation time left or a month or so to spare....

(Unless you have enough money to not have to work for a year)

Because after quittingI hear things like, "I went freelance, but I'm not making any money at all," or "It's not what I thought it would be."From.

If you want to eat in the profession you want to be in, it's better to experience what it's like while doing your day job, risk-free.

I'll find a job soon! and quit in a hurry pattern.

This is exactly what I experienced.I thought, "I'm sure I'll find a job soon..." and quit my job when I hadn't found a new one and didn't end up finding one.There were times when

As a result, we had to eat on a temporary basis.

Seriously, I'm glad I had a short term temporary job.... There's an hourly wage there, and it's a fixed deadline, so it's over in a short period of time.

I'm really glad I had a short term temporary job because I couldn't live on a part time job ...

It was a time when I experienced firsthand that a good heart can afford to spend money...

Especially in my case.I had a successful experience when I easily found a new job at my last job, so I got carried away.I guess so.

It was a huge failure.

I thought I would find it right away, but not at all.

(By the way, I left that next job after I found the right one.)

Exceptions. This one could quit with a bang.

However, if this is the case, would you be willing to quit with a bang? I thinkExceptionI think that there is a

Exception 1: If your spirit is already at its limit, you should leave the company immediately.

For various's ownmentalis a bad case.

I'm having a mental breakdown if I stay with this company any longer! It's too painful! Then you should quit immediately.

However, there is also the matter of living expenses, so money should be taken into consideration. You could go back to your parents' house or take a leave of absence.

There is a reason for this, and it is because I have experienced it myself.

I've been on the verge of a mental breakdown, I've been skinny dipping, and I've been in a very bad mood.

What was on my mind at this time was neither motivation nor money, but just a desire to be free from this environment.

There is also the money situation, so it is hard to consider that as well.

Money is the only thing that can spare your heart...

Exception 2: If you're not worried about money, you can quit with a bang.

As noted above.If you have enough funds to not have to work for a year or so, you could quit right away. I think so.

If you quit at a moment's notice and still have enough money to live on, you will have more peace of mind and time to prepare for the next one.

I am.Danger!in TokyoRisk!because the cost of living and other financial aspects are at risk.

(How obsessed you are with money... but it's important, isn't it?)

For example, that you have enough savings to survive for six months without a problem, even if you are unemployed. (Six months might be a little tough)

Money is the heart of the matter...

To avoid regretting quitting at the spur of the moment.

Therefore.This is the main issue.

If you are not on the verge of a mental breakdown and are thinking of quitting on the spur of the moment, you should considerAs much as possible before quitting.reserveI thought it would be a good idea to

Oh, I seem to be stating the obvious.

If it was a career changeYou should find a new job.I think it is important to check your skills and what you can do when you are a company employee if you want to become a freelancer.

Start as a side job and quit your main job when you see that it is likely to exceed your main job, and so on.Targeted.

I thought that if I prepared from that point on, it would be easier later on, even if I felt a little "I'm not comfortable at this company.

You can quit at any time, but you need some time to prepare.


I myself had a pretty regrettable experience of quitting on a moment's notice, so I figured, "I'd better be prepared!" I have a strong opinion that it is a good idea.

I can't say this applies to everyone.This is one way to think about it.I hope you can read it at least to the extent that you want to.

THE! It's a personal opinion.

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