There’s an element of risk tied to everything you do in life: walking your dog, driving, eating sushi — even stepping outside your front door carries some minuscule chance of danger.
It’s with decisions made at work that the risk factor is harder to identify, keeping us from making big, and sometimes necessary, changes. Take your job, for instance — the reason you can even afford all that transportation and sushi. You want to ensure you’re living the dream and making the most money possible, but we all know that’s easier said than done.
What happens when you aren’t happy at your job? Or, more confusingly, when you are happy at work but a better opportunity comes along? Is it worth leaving the comfort of your old office for something potentially new and exciting? Read more…
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