Saw this on the Brazen Life web site:
"As you wait for the elevator to arrive after another mediocre day at the office, you give yourself an all-too-familiar pep talk. “I’m better than this, and I’ve completely had it with this job,” you tell yourself. “I’m outta here for good.”
"Did you end up quitting like you knew you should have? Chances are, the answer is no."
"The reasons that over 70% of Americans stay in jobs they hate might surprise you. People’s inability to quit their current roles had little to do with the perceived riskiness of their new professions, their financial situation, or general economic conditions. The real barrier for most of us is not external. It’s our own psychology: We over think decisions, fear eventual failure, and prioritize near-term, visible rewards over long-range success."
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