Are You Ready to Quit Your Job?

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Are you ready to quit your job?

“When people like their lives, and that includes work life, they’ll do a better job of taking care of themselves.”~ Jeffery Pfeffer

 

IS IT TIME TO PULL THE PLUG?

 

Our topic today will be one that hopefully you don’t get to this point, but we’re talking about punching out.

You may have tried everything else.

You may have tried working with a management group if you had a private group.

You may have worked with a management partner.

You may have tried working with your boss, your employer if you’re in an employee situation.

You may have tried changing your job description and job situation to try to alter your hours, pay, your compensation, maybe all sorts of changes you’ve done.

 

WHAT IF YOU’RE STILL BURNED OUT?

 

You’re still feeling trapped in an untenable situation, strictly from a work environment standpoint. Clearly if there are issues at home or if there are  issues with health or finances, those will exacerbate your perception of your work environment. But if everything else going well, then your work environment is the clear problem. You may be at the point where you need to change your work environment. 

 

NOW PHYSICIANS IN GENERAL ARE PERFECTIONISTS.

 

We do everything perfectly, so how come we don’t have a perfect job? Physicians are not quitters. We stay up all night and I work 36 hours or two days taking care of patients. So, the thought of quitting or leaving a job that may be really harming you is difficult for some people. I think the other point is that we’re so used to taking abuse that we think it’s okay to take abuse. 

 

LIFE IS SHORT.

Your family needs you, your kids need you, your significant others need you. 

You should define the first steps or you should define what you feel like you must have or cannot have in a job environment. 

 

THE THINGS YOU MUST HAVE:

 

You must have respect.

You must have integrity.

You must have appropriate compensation, reasonable hours, those types of things.

 

THE THINGS YOU CAN’T HAVE:

 

You can’t have abusive situations.

You can’t have poor relationships or cooperation with co workers.

You can’t have poor reimbursement.

You can’t be taken advantage of. 

So just define those and see how that fits with your current work environment. 

 

YOU DEFINE WHAT IS IMPORTANT TO YOU.

 

You define when you gotta go. And don’t be afraid to do it. Make sure you have a good plan on both sides.

Make some time to chat with me to get started back to YOUR LIFE, healthy, happy and fulfilled!

 

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