Everyone of us possess our personal ideas when it comes to our desired job and while many of us really like the allure of corporate employment, that is certainly just not for me. Before this, I was disillusioned into believing that office job was the best option. I still recall strongly how each time I went on the road and bump into a person who was sprucely dressed in business attires and conceived they were brilliant. Right after the university, I was pumped up about assembling my own corporate career.
My perceptions are no longer quite the same, or rather are absolutely the reverse just two years after. What I at one point of time deemed to be fabulous and glamorous ended up to be terrible. Don't get me wrong. I did manage to enter among the many Fortune 500 companies and I'm not fooling you. However guess what, the 2 years that I devoted being employed there was marked with agony and it was frustrating for me to make myself to stay even until six pm and that was when I proclaimed myself that it was most likely best to leave.
Some folks would call me impulsive or inexperienced but I consider that I have prepared what I'm obligated to do before making my move, among them trying to discover how my classmates were doing with their roles. The awful realities is while I saw a few of them to be happy, most weren't and they are dreadful about their job probably to the extent that I did. In our case, financial was not the issue. As many of us were employed in largely money making organizations, we were well rewarded monetarily.
My job cannot be more safeguarded. You could very well label me childish but it really was the office politics that pushed me to the brink. I simply could not be not who I am. I detest it when I have to dispute for the purpose of disagreeing instead of to arrive at improvements. I take myself 20 and thirty years in the future and imagine how depressed life would be if I had to be caught in such 'corporate prison'. I just have one life and I must cherish it. Following weeks of stalling, I made the decision to cease delaying and never to look back again.
In the two years that I ended up being clung in 'corporate jail', I had built up decent amount of savings that permitted me to pursue my other passion in life and coincidentally, it is the cooking world. I am currently savouring myself 100 PERCENT of the time and as opposed to previously when I had to dread waiting for the clock to strike 6, time flies these days.
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