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TiAT- I Quit My J-O-B

TiAT- I Quit My J-O-B

When you quit or fired from a job you have one of two reactions. The first one is complete denial. Mine was frustration. The second is a celebration fit for a king or queen. My departure was of elation.

Have you ever quit a job or was fired?

What was your reaction?

What’s your experience?

Sometimes in life, it’s about the sacrifice. If we don’t give up one thing now, we won’t ever get what we want in the future. Learning to let go is a great skill to have.

I believe the initial sadness and worry of not having a job and concerned about finances will fade when you’re determined. You may not be quitting a job to move up the ranks, but even quitting a job to find a place with a healthier environment is a good thing.

In this Turn it Around Tuesday, TiAT- I Quit My J-O-B , I share with you why quit my job in 2014. This is a quick synopsis. As I said earlier, it was a celebration for the prodigal queen. No more J-O-B for me.

Just because you come from a product of failure, that does NOT make you a failure. You determine that.

Rebekah A. Dull,
Scoliosis Surgery Survivor, CEO of My Life, and COO of My Dreams

NW & Associates – Consulting | Social Media | Web Design


Rebekah Dull is the co-owner and Chief Operating Officer at N.W & Associates, LLC. She was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, has left but always came back here. She is a Clark College graduate with her associates in Business Administration. Her goal is to provide nonprofits and small businesses with tools and resources they need to bring their companies to the next level. As a business strategist, she helps you identify the processes and procedures you use and how to improve them to reach your business goals. Rebekah also specializes in implementing a digital footprint strategy, including website design and social media marketing to bring brand awareness to your company, nonprofit and for-profit.

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