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Finding Your Place. Takes Courage. Come to Corners at Your Local Bookstore.

The corner

Not another job. Not another title. Not another city. Not another country.  Look for a corner. Look for where your piece fits into the puzzle of life.   Make it a corner piece.    Yesterday the below came in from the Just Quit Survey: “It takes a great deal of courage to step off the hamster wheel of being a slave for others, to bear everyone’s concern, pity & ideas about how things are & how things can’t be changed because that’s the way everything has been done.”   It reminded me of all the people afraid to step off the hamster wheel, even…

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Power, Possibilities and Peace for 2016

See Possibilities

It’s 2016.  2016. A New Year. A year of Power. A year of Possibilities. A year of Peace. Power, Possibilities and Peace. That is what this new year can bring to each of us. Forget the past. Learn from it. Stop the complaining. Yeah, so you found this blog because you don’t like your job…actually you might hate it.  So what?  Get over it. Really, I know that sounds harsh, yes it might be harsh…but what else can you do? Complaining about it does not help. You are still there. You are still getting up every morning. Hating. Your. Job.   Think about that….

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Make A List Of Things That Bring You Joy – “Just Quit” & Live 2016

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I can’t perform any more and I’m thinking of a fresh start. I’m in a rut right now and I have a feeling that I’m getting into a deep depression. I can’t perform in my current job anymore and I do not know what else to do. ~Worker Living In Malaysia Sometimes we need a fresh start.  Sometimes we know that we are in a rut and even though we might not be in full-blown depression we know we might be heading in that direction. You can make your resolution list if you like, but also make a list of…

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The Past Is A Place of Reference

the past

For those who want to “just quit” this a special time of the year.  It’s a time of year when you have a few days/maybe even a week or two off  of work. It’s a reprieve. It’s a time to reboot. It’s a time to realize that what was the past, does not have to be your future.  You can choose. You can decide.  Sure, you’ll have to go back to work; but not tomorrow you don’t. Tomorrow wake-up and be thankful that you made it thru the year and that next year can and will be different.  Why…because…are you willing…

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Workers from 114 Countries Want To “Just Quit” Their Jobs

world flags

There are 196 countries in the world.  Of those 196 countries 114 are represented in the “Just Quit” your job survey.  Just imagine what it takes for almost 7,000 people to Google “I want to just quit my job” and land on this blog AND complete the survey. It is mind-boggling that so many people are so miserable on their jobs ALL OVER THIS WORLD!!! If working at your job is causing you physical and emotional stress — know this — you are NOT alone. Here are all of the countries represented: United States 4,007 United Kingdom 753 Canada 408…

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Finding Peace Amidst The Storm

Peace Within The Storm

The Storm: Things aren’t working out like YOU want them to. Things aren’t moving fast enough for YOU. You’re wondering if ANYBODY can understand what you’re going through AND more importantly does ANYBODY really care. You’re hating every minute of being, thinking of being, anticipating being at your job. You’re wondering when will it ever end? You don’t see a way out of your situation. Everything seems to be staying the same – nothing is changing. Finding Peace: Knowing that the universe is unfolding as it should. Max Ehrmann said that years ago in his poem Desiderata Knowing that everything…

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Being Grateful For Your Journey

tagore quote

“We can look upon a road from two different points of view. One regards it as dividing us from the object of our desire. In that case, we count every step of our journey over it as something obtained by force in the face of obstruction. The other sees it as the road which leads us to our destination, and as such, it is part of our goal. It is already the beginning of our attainment, and by journeying over it, we can only gain that which within itself it offers to us.”  —Rabindranath Tagore  On the road of “LETTING…