If you've been rocking with me since last year, then you know around this time I quit my job. If not, allow yourself to catch up here.
Being liberated from the perils and rigmarole of a traditional job was amazing. The kick back that it had was unfortunate and truly unexpected. Who knew that doing something for myself would cause damage to my relationship and friendships? It seems as if money is not only the root of all evil but also the route to happiness. Part of my appeal to my spouse was my desire to work and get shit done. Quitting my job gave the impression that I was losing myself and my strong morals.
However, that was not the case. I'm a firm believer in Astrology, the moon & the universe. I find myself straying away from religion and looking to the stars to answer life's tough questions. While I can admit that I did not have a plan, I can also admit that quitting Aspire took a lot of negative energy out of my space. In regards to my views on the work place, and working period and allowed me to be keen and receptive to what the universe had to offer.
Working that $12 job at MCU gave me an opportunity that I would've never had if I stayed at Aspire. Now that I am supervisor for the Mets, the only way to go is up.
People ask me questions about regrets that I have and to them I say NONE. I encourage anyone out their to take life by the reins and take risks because without failure, how do you measure success? I've never wanted something back that I lost & once you start making decisions for yourself, you will do the same.
I say all that to finish with this: In life, you may be in a relationship, you may have friends but there is only one person that fits on your path through the universe and that's you! So put yourself first.