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Should I Quit My Job?: How to Cope with a Dead End Job, Explore All Options Before Quitting Your Job (money management) Kindle Edition
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When you take all the fluff and hype away from the `how to' books, this one falls into the category of just plain honesty. This is rare in my experience as I've purchased many of these types of books over the years.
For people contemplating quitting their `dead end' jobs I would highly recommend you read this first! This is probably one of the most honest books I've read in a long time. It's well worth the read.
I found the book to be very helpful and informative, and I think it would provide great 'food for thought' for anyone trapped in a horrible job, who is desperate to leave. Above all, the author makes you think about the practicalities of leaving your job, which is something that is very difficult to do if you are suffering stress and anxiety in the workplace; you just want out, whatever the consequences!
All in all, the book provides very practical advice for anyone thinking of leaving their job, and I would recommend it to disgruntled employees everywhere.
Lee provides some well thought through tips and advice, and is clearly knowledgable on the subject providing a wide enough breadth to encompass many people, but just enough depth to begin chewing the subject. The sections are brief but thorough enough and they cover the main points that most people will encounter.
I personally liked that the book gives a multiplicity of options and scenarios in each chapter which is great if you haven't thought about the ideas presented, or perhaps you did not think them through well enough. Throughout the book are a sprinkling of questions to ask yourself along this journey which are fantastic at fostering the idea of reflection and action - something I believe that is vital to do before such a life - changing decision.
Overall, I feel that "Should I Quit My Dead End Job?" is a short and sweet guide that is worth checking out for the golden nuggets of advice it contains. It is perfect for those people stuck in an office or a 9-5 job that dream of something more, or are just plain sick of where they are. If this is you then I advise you to spend a little money on this e-book.
This book provides a good list of things to consider and provides practical advice. Some of it may seem obvious in hindsight, but it's better to learn from other peoples mistakes and not reinvent the wheel.
The resources and advice provided, as well as the solutions suggested are very “down to earth” and practical, and the author does an excellent job of helping the reader reflect and assess whether one should, could or can leave the security of their current job for something different, and for those who are determined to quit, then the author shows you how to best approach this situation in the best possible and most professional way.
Overall, for those who suddenly have a spur of the moment of wanting to quit their job, or perhaps a change in career or working environment, then I highly suggest that you read this book first before making any decisions, because this ebook could potentially save you from a lot of problems and worries that you had not yet imagined.
One of the reasons that i bought this book was because I was unhappy in my work and I always dreamed of running my own company from home. Some of the information in this book really helped me to get out of my unhappy job and start doing what I enjoy.
The author writes in a way that is brilliant it's like being given advice from someone you really trust it puts you at ease when reading and helps you to understand what the author is trying to explain. One of the parts in the book is about planning ahead for a better future which helped me a lot to decide what I was going to do and how I was going to do it.
All in all I thought this book was fantastic and really opened my eyes to the possibility of doing what I loved doing. I would recommend this book to anyone who is thinking of leaving their dead end job to do something that they enjoy.
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