“Should I? Shouldn’t I? Should I?  Shouldn’t I?” There I was sitting at my laptop writing my resignation letter and nervous the whole time.  Maybe this isn’t a good idea, I’m sure my job will get better, perhaps I should think this over. FORGET IT!  I had been thinking about leaving for 2 years, probably longer, complaining with colleagues about our job and wanting to leave.  I just couldn’t do that anymore, complain about something for that long and not do something about it. No one forced me to be there, I chose to be there and yet I was complaining like I had no choice.  When I really looked at the whole situation about leaving my job, I knew I was afraid and complaining was just a way not to take responsibility for my own life. I decided that I needed to be courageous and trust myself to know that I am capable of having it all and my access to this was to take a risk.  So I did. I handed in my resignation letter and that was it. That day set the tone for the rest of my future because I was able to see myself as someone who was courageous, confident, bold and took their life in their own hands. It was the best decision I made because I get to do what I love and I get to learn and grow each and everyday.

Keep in mind that before I left my job I was clear about what I wanted to do.  What was stopping me was the risk involved and a fear of failing only to have people say “I told you so.”  Yet at a certain point I took control and I created a plan for what I wanted to do, and what I wanted my future to look like.  I put my trust in it and went for it!

 

My question to you is…”when are you finally going to decide how your future is going to go?”  

 

“Sometimes we have to stop being scared and just go for it.  Either it’ll work or it won’t. That is life.” -Alex Elle

 

With Love,

Simone Vitellaro