How to Know When to Quit Your Job

A recent article in the Wall Street Journal (January 24, 2021; How to Know When to Quit Your Job) addresses that exciting yet fear-producing time in the life-span we call retirement. Read the article. The piece ends with insightful questions to ask yourself:

  1. How long is it optimal to be in my role? Is it time for a fresh perspective?
  2. Do I want more control of my life?
  3. Can I afford a change?
  4. Who am I without a business card? Figure out that question ahead of time!
  5. For Type A personalities, how will I meet my need to achieve?
  6. What would I rather do?
  7. How will I reinvent my social network (social support system)?

The article doesn’t address the associated heightened anxiety that accompanies this all-important life change. If you are considering retirement, consider therapy as a means to soften the change!

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