Reasons why you’re afraid to quit your job and strike out on your own.
1)Because the phrase “strike out” has two meanings.
2)You enjoy living in a house, wearing clothes, and eating food.
3)You love your job.
4)Number three isn’t true, but it sounds good.
Reasons why you ought to quit your job and strike out on your own.
I went to a six-hour training meeting. Let’s face it. Sitting through six hours of training is like being a galley slave. But, you might ask, “HOW is sitting through six hours of training comparable to being a galley slave?”
- You’re required to sit there from beginning to end.
- You're encouraged to participate.
- It's tempting to envision other things you'd rather be doing.
- They tell you when you can go to the bathroom.
- Someone up in front is talking to you, telling you how to work better.
- Your brain becomes numb. So do other parts of your body.
- If someone next to you passes out or dies, it’s understandable. It's even enviable.
- You begin to fantasize about the person in charge being eaten by a shark.
- You begin to fantasize about being eaten by a shark yourself. It would not be the most enjoyable way to spend your afternoon, but at least it would be exciting. And your butt would stop hurting—depending, of course, on where the shark takes his first bite.