How to quit your job, without a plan, but survive!

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hi and welcome to this video don't to do

a topic that is very close to my heart

something that I feel like I have a lot

of experience in and that's in how to

quit your job without a plan you have no

plan a plan B Plan C zilch you're

quitting your job - no plan the idea is

to move smoothly from one job to another

now sometimes that does not happen and

actually my experience is that it has

never happened for me I do not have

experience moving swiftly from one job

to another I would love that experience

I think it's very stressful but thanks

to that I have a few tips that can help

you when you feel like you've reached

that point in your career or in your job

where you have done everything that is

humanly possible but there's nothing

else coming up you're not getting in

Treviso you're not getting another job

you could even be leaving a job that you

love for reasons maybe family reasons

for health situations but whatever the

reason then you might be forced to leave

your job and actually live without

another job so how do you survive and

not that I'm saying survive not succeed

because let's be honest the first thing

with that term you wanted is to prepare

prepare yourself talk to somebody who

can walk you through the quitting

process somebody who actually

understands the struggle you've had

keeping that job or the reasons why you

are quitting their job without another

plan because let's face it nobody will

ever tell you to quit a job nobody will

never advise you to leave your job okay

so you have to make sure that this


understands the reasons why or the

challenges that have led you to the

place where you need to get a job

without actually having another job the

other thing you want to prepare is your

finances you can never be fully prepared

with your finances maybe some people

have been fully prepared but my

experience is that you can never before

prepared with your finances to quit a

job or to move yours to put yourself in

a position where you have absolutely no

income but you can prepare yourself

first of all look at your investments

and savings if you can put aside say

things that can last you at least six

months maintaining you in the same

lifestyle that you've had then that

could be a great start look at your

investments we have investments that we

don't really want to attach because when

you touch if you touch them and we're

going to lose a lot but we want to make

sure that you have an investment that

can be liquidated or liquefied in a

short period of time so if you're

planning to leave your job maybe you

have six months time you have three

months time to do this then you probably

have those investments you have put

aside knowing that this one I will just

sell it quickly when it gets too thick

especially investments that are

shortened you want to make sure that

those are prepared and you cannot

prepare yourself by cutting down the

expenses have certain monthly

subscriptions and membership that we

honestly can do it out so try and bring

your life to a place where you actually

are living way below the means that you

currently have so that you can not only

save up but you can also get yourself

used to living with that within that

budget because when you're doing this

when you just have no choice if you can

feel a little bit more tough than when

you're doing it because you've chosen to

do it so a few months six months or

three months before you quit your job

you can bring down your expenses so that

you get your self prepared to live in

that kind of life the other thing other

than preparing yourself you want to do

is if you can get as much ISM for it as

much information

I can about the resignation process do

that most of us you'll be surprised

we don't really know there is an initial

process most employees get into a

company and they're just happy to move

on without really thinking about what if

it gets to this point get as much

information as you can

most HR departments actually required by

the law to make available this

information to you as an employee you

actually have a right to the employee or

today to the HR manual if you don't

that's a different thing

but trying as much as you can to get

your hands on the hitch or manual read

through and understand the resignation

process if you really don't have that I

mean you don't want to get into the hit

Romano talk to somebody in HR

someone who's you can trust I know that

some HR departments or some companies do

not take resignation with a with grace

so maybe you want to talk to somebody

who you trust in Hedra or somebody who's

actually resigned from that particular

company and if all fails there's always

dr. Google the problem in dr. Google is

that the information that you have to be

very sure it's information pertaining to

your country or to your company because

employee laws are different in different

countries just make sure that when

you're going into Google you are very

sure you're actually getting information

that is suited for you the next thing is

using company privileges and benefits

while you still can

but I have to say that you have to be

very careful what benefits you're

touching because they are some company

then there are some employee benefits

that you have to earn something like if

you must I live by working a certain

amount of time to allow yourself to go

for a certain period of vacation leave

benefits those you have to earn them so

if you haven't worked for a period of

time that allows you to earn that

particular benefit then you might want

to be very careful because that might

cost you when you finally tender your

resignation you might have to pay a late

you might have to pay some of the

benefits that you get for your leave but

I think there are some privileges and

benefits that we don't really use them

because we don't have the time to use

them something like then took care your

property calls with us those are some of

the things you can use because it's very

expensive getting your teeth fixed or

getting good quality spectacles out here

so try and get make use of the

privileges and the benefits that

actually you know they're rightfully

yours and they're not going to cost you

at the end of it the next thing you want

to do is if you can try and avoid paying

the company unnecessary and by this I

mean if you really have something you

need to be the company before you leave

you have to be but I'm talking about

trying to avoid having to pay by making

sure that you are smart about the time

that you're going to actually tender

your resignation some of the things that

could affect you our bonding agreements

that you're probably in or a probably

active so you want to find out how how

much is it going to cost you to leave at

a certain time or a certain to tender

your resignation at a certain date

because if you have any bonding

agreement that's maybe a training that

you went for the company invested in one

or the other but of the period with

which the company has said to get all

the return on the investment has not yet

expired and you leave before that then

you might have to pay that you want to

check it and be sure that you're not on

any kind of bond ap appeared or you

actually are aware how much you're going

to pay if there's a way you can revise

your resignation date based on that

information then the better for you

because you can avoid having to pee if

you have to stay a little longer just so

that you are able to finish a bonding

period most definitely go for it

nothing tied to that is give a proper

notice period you are going to pay the

company most companies I know they will

charge someone if

they live without giving a naughty

spirit and some companies require you to

give like two weeks notice one month's

notice sometimes it's three months I

know the yeah I know some companies that

require you to give three months notice

before you live try and give a proper

notice period before you leave that way

you avoid having to pay the company any

money remember you're quitting - no Joe


probably want to hold on to all the

money that you got the next thing is you

want to move on

only when you finally leave the company

move on because you have moved to really

no plan there is a tendency to hang on

to see what's going on my advice is you

need to move on you want to take your

heart with you out out of that company

so that you can actually find out

exactly what you're interested in which

brings me to the next point which is be

open to trying new things now like I

said before sometimes we find ourselves

in careers or in jobs that we really are

not interested in and we end up losing

ourselves in them by the trip where by

the time you leave that job you hit an

identity crisis

do you got so used to identifying

yourself with your career that when you

leave you eventually leave your career

you don't really know who the hell you

are so the more reason you want to be

open to trying out new interests new

things go to a place you've never been

to in that in things that you probably

would not have done when you're doing

this particular job learn a new skill

learn a new language break a few rules

and see where that takes you you might

be so surprised that you will end up

finding yourself it might not be as rosy

as it was when you had this maybe

big salary but you'll be doing things

that you love personally I believe that

we're not just supposed to live life

make money pay bills and die I think

we're supposed to live and enjoy life

once in a while step outside

and actually involve yourself in

something that you actually really enjoy

the last and most important get

comfortable not knowing what's next as

you will see a very terrified of

uncertainty regardless of the fact that

you actually really don't know what's

next but we like to have this you know a

certain comfort of feeling like we have

some control of the future you know we

want to feel like we know what's going

to happen and you have some control over

what's going to happen which again it's

also what this video is about you just

wanted to know that you have an idea of

what's going to happen in you prepared

but sometimes you can feel very clear

about the future you can feel very clear

about what's next and something happens

that knocks you off your clarity so even

though we have put things in place we've

prepared we have gone through the

resignation process properly we have

avoided paying company things that you

don't need to pay we have done it proper

and good but sometimes things happen

that actually knock us off that security

being out there without a plan can be

very nerve-racking I would compare it

with it's a roller coaster as compared

to a merry-go-round

if that makes sense you feel like you

are on a roller coaster one day

everything is clear and you're not high

and you're like this job I am having the

best of my life

and then the next thing you're like I'm

an idiot I'm an idiot you know it is a

roller coaster so you have to be able to

be comfortable with being in that

situation and because you've stepped out

of your comfort zone one thing that I

always like to do is to find little

small pockets of comfort that I can just

enjoy while it lasts and be back in in

the roller coaster but what I can say

is that it's all worth it the benefits

outweigh any kind of a science a

tainting in any kind of roller coaster

that you may find yourself in if you've

got into that place where now you do not

have any other plant but you have to

leave your job these are where you can

do this and actually survive if you know

anything else that I might have might

have missed please be sure to add that

in the comment section I'm happy to

answer your questions I'm also happy to

hear your perspectives and your

experiences if you've ever done this

crazy leap of faith until next video

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