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Hey! So, in this video I'm going to be going over how to quit your job you just
started? You dirty dog. Now, I'm going to go over my 3-step
formula. 3. D-D-P. Be going over kind of some rules of thumb to do this as well. Hey.
So, I'm going to go over my 3-step kind of formula for quitting a job that
you recently started in. I work for myself now. I'm kind of an entrepreneur.
But back when I was working jobs, I had quit jobs that I just started and never
had anything bad come with it. I'll tell you a little story later about
how I really actually made money from quitting my job. But let's go
into this first. So, first is B. And B stands for be Brief. Okay?
Be brief. Don't go into too much detail. Don't let your boss know that
he's that he's a total d-bag and don't talk about these co-workers
that you hate and that are stealing stuff from the company and you can't
stand the customers. And it's an inhumane workplace and you're underpaid
and overworked. Don't go into any of that. Just be brief, okay? Be very brief to say,
"Handing in my notice, I'm not going to be working here anymore. Thanks." But no
thanks don't even say "No thanks". Okay? Just be brief say, "Handing in my notice."
Discreet. Being discreet means don't give information. Don't let the person know.
When you resign from a job that you just started, don't let them know that you're
going to a competitor, don't let them know that you really hate the job or
that you hate the customers, that you hate the product or you think they're
scamming people or it goes against your morals. They don't need to know why
you're quitting and they don't need to know where you are going. That's your
business. It's your business. They don't even know you're starting your own
business, whatever it is. That's you baby. So, be discreet.
Again, no going in to personal ego trips and emotions telling them what they can
do or why you hated it. You know, it goes against my morals. "It's
not you, it's me. It's just my morals don't go with your company's
products." That's a horrible thing, you know? Because you're
attacking them. Don't go into any of those things. Again, brief and discrete.
Last point here. Last point is be positive. Again, you never know when
you're going to have to go back into the workforce. You know, you might not be
quitting to start your own business. You might not even be moving industries, okay?
And chances are if you're quitting and you're gonna stay in the same industry,
you may need a job there again. So, always be positive.
Tell your boss "Thank you for the opportunity to work here." Just say "I'm
moving on and I'm handing in my 2 weeks notice." There's not much more you
need to say. Okay? Be positive. Thank them for the
opportunity. Don't go on the attack. I know so many people that just
love to flip tables and talk about how everybody's a-holes and D bags and stuff
like that. Don't do that. Be positive. And also, what this will do
is it'll also cause your boss like mind trip. Because if you're positive and you
don't tell people what you're doing, people get really curious. You know, they
are like, "Why are you quitting then? What happened? Did you win the lottery? Did you
inherit some big money? Did you start a business? And make a lot
of money?" You know, "What are you doing?" People are always wondering. Or "Are you
working for a competitor?" And the less information you give, the better. Because
if you keep your boss guessing... What happened to me was I did this
and my boss, he had no idea where he stood. And I think in his mind, I think he
was thinking, "He's trying to steal some my clients from me." So what he did was he
said, "Look. John, you don't have to do anything. You just... I just have to see
you on emails, you have to reply every once in a while.
If the client specifically calls you out, he says it'll take you less than 4
hours per month, okay? Of work. But I'm going to continue paying you $6,000
a month. So, I was basically making a thousand dollars an hour.
My boss was just doing it to hedge himself against me stealing a client.
Even though we had employment agreements and all this sort of stuff. He was so
worried about me stealing clients that he was going to pay me a big paycheck
because I was so brief discreet and positive. So, if this helped you out, let
me know in the comments. What was the most helpful for you to quit your job
that you just started. Was it being brief? Was it being discreet? Or was it being
positive? Because I know all of these things are hard. Also, if you like this
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money. And but also happy to have been able to share this information.