We're obsessed with trying
to find the "right" answer because we think that will give us some
semblance of "control" over our future. "How do I know which
direction is the right one for me?" Everyone who wants to quit
their job asks some version of this question: I always answer the
The bad news is that there is no right answer. But the good news is
that there is no right answer. The more you go down this road, the
more you start to realize that the world is full of possibilities.
And each step forward uncovers a whole set of new
But you have to be willing to push past the discomfort of taking a
step without knowing the end result in order to open yourself up to
those possibilities. This week on the podcast, I had the honor of
talking to the incredible Dr. Maria Phalime. We discussed her
journey out of medicine and how it took her years to get over the
guilt of leaving and to begin discovering all the opportunities
that are available to her. Her story is such an inspiring example
that you don't have to have it figured out in order to leave.
It is never too late to start over. No matter how much time or money you’ve spent chasing degrees and jobs to get to your current position, if ultimately you’re unhappy, then it is time to quit. Each week, Goli Kalkhoran, a fellow quitter, will interview inspiring guests who have quit lucrative careers to forge their own path and create a life they love. Get insight, inspiration, tools, and resources to help you quit what you hate and figure out what it is that you love.