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Why you should quit you job on the spot

no 2 week notice

By Queen anonymous Published about a year ago 3 min read
Why you should quit you job on the spot
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First, I want to start by saying, if you already quit your shitty job congratulations! If you haven't yet, I'm going to tell you why you should leave a toxic job with no two-week notice.

If you are not being treated well at work, then this is the article for you but if you a have perfectly good workplace that you enjoy, this advice is not for you.

You might want to make sure that you have a backup job or one already lined up before you leave your workplace permanently. If you don't have a backup plan I will still suggest leaving immediately, especially if it's causing a lot of stress, and messing with your mental health.

Maybe you are afraid you won't get another job because you didn't leave with a two-week notice. I am here to tell you that you will get another job, trust me!

Not only is it holding you back from your blessings, but it is also lowering your vibrational energy. It's very important to keep your energy in a good state because it affects everything in your life. You can miss opportunities when you stay in a low vibration of energy, it can create a lot of chaos. You attract what you put out.

The two weeks notices are so last century. You have been programed to think that you should always put in your two weeks, but your employers have no second thoughts when they fire you. It's not like they are going to give you a two week notice for firing you. Don't waste your time giving yourself away like nothing, for people and places that do not value you.

You are going to feel really good when you tell them to their face you quit. Quitting a place that doesn't value you is the most liberating, but it.s only liberating when you do it under your own terms. Putting your two-week notice is like telling you your ex who cheated on you, that you're leaving them for good but in two weeks. I mean how silly does that sound?

It's just unnecessary! They are just going to replace you with someone else, who is less qualified than you.

Always have the mindset that you don't need anyone or anything, and that there are better things waiting for you when you let go of what you have. Don't live in a mind of scarcity, or you will always live that way.

If you don't know where you're going next, try focusing on the things you enjoy doing and make something of it. You never know until you try, that's why this is the perfect opportunity to pursue your dreams and goals again. It's also a time to refocus on you and relax for a little bit, if you have savings to do so ofcourse.

Don't be scared, be confident, be brave, and believe in yourself.

Your looking for ways to avoid going in to work constantly, this is a huge reason to leave. If you are also uncomfortable, you're dealing with any sort of harassment, and you have mentioned it to your employers, but they refuse to help you, then this is a big sign that it's time to move on to the next thing. You shouldn't be feeling uncomfortable, and if nothing is being done then I would just leave, it means they don't care for you.

Be respectful to your employers but don't let them disrespect you. Even more if they are not grateful, and they never give you gratitude i wouldn't stay too long. Take into consideration benefits like health care, 401k, sick leave, and vacation pay. If at least 1 isn't being offered to you, then you shouldn't feel obligated to stay, and put in two weeks.

It's very easy to quit your job, just do it! if you gut is telling you to, listen to your intuition. It's times when we compromise that we get screwed over, and they end up firing you even before you tell them you're quitting.

Do it at your own risk, this is just a suggestion after all, you make your own decisions.

Thank you for reading, I hope this helps someone who may be feeling stuck. You can subscribe to see more content like this :)

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