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  1. I probably won't tell you the recipe.
    Because I don't know.
    I often change something myself, although I hate changes more than anything else in the world and am terribly afraid of them.
    But – I do.

    I'm afraid that sometimes I don't sleep at night because I'm nervous, gnash my teeth, smoke – but I go and do it.
    Hell, fear is just an emotional state.
    no one stops you from walking, shaking, and signing a statement at the same time.
    Just treat it like a cold-hot physical discomfort.

    It's hot in summer but that doesn't mean we don't do anything at all)
    We fry – and go to work, we suffer)

  2. I did this a week ago. Right before the New Year, I wrote a statement for December 29. While I was running around the floors and signing the bypass list, one woman joked: “Resigning? In the New Year with a new job?”. But the saddest thing is that it was my first official job as an economist “majoring” after graduating from university this summer. I only worked for 3 months, i.e. at the end of the probationary period, I was finally convinced that this was not mine. The first pancake came out lumpy. Yes, it was a fatal mistake not only with the choice of work, but also with education. I sat in the office for the last few weeks, worked, watched and understood: “damn it, I'm still only 21 and if I realized this now, at 21, not at 30, not at 40, then maybe I will still have time to change my field? Find yourself, find your real interests, which during these 3 months were muted by the regime of 1.5 hours on the road, sleep, metro, running, red eyes, fatigue. I never thought I'd do something like this. I thought I wasn't such a harsh person. But sometimes you reach this “point”, the limit, when you can no longer tolerate, or go into the mode of existence. It's like on the edge of life and death, where you already want to / don't want to make a decision. I went “nowhere”, count in the void. Fortunately, there is a place to live and a financial cushion. But I left before I knew what I wanted to do next, and I wasn't looking for new jobs. Maybe it was a hasty decision and it was worth working on until I decided..) But something told me that the sooner the better.

  3. For example, my vacation helped me. I had such a job-exhausting, with a completely irregular schedule (and at the same time constant fines for being late and not only), a nightmarish human attitude towards me on the part of the management, very difficult (both morally and physically) and poorly paid. Why I was there at all, and even for so long , is a separate question. Probably used to living a shitty life. By the way, all the crumbs of free time that I had left, I banally drank, and this made the situation even worse. It wasn't until I was on vacation, dropped out of this race for wear and tear, and looked at what I was doing from the outside, that my hatred of what was there overcame my fear of change and my amoebic desire for stability. I changed not only my job, but also my field of activity, where I was able to show excellent results.
    A bird in the hand is better than a crane in the sky – a very harmful Russian proverb. Shaking over a titmouse, you can't catch a crane, and time is constantly running out. Moreover, most people have nothing to lose, they only have this hated job, a salary of 20 thousand, a beach bag for lunch, a tram ticket, a cat, a removable cage and a hopeless life. I wish you the determination to wring your titmouse's neck and catch your beautiful crane.

  4. There is no fear in reality. Fear lives in one corner — in our thoughts about the future. Fear is a figment of our imagination, it makes us fear something that is not and probably will never be-this is pure madness. Danger is a real fact, but fear is your choice.

    Not a fan of using such pretentious quotes,but still.All right.Do you have a mortgage and debts?Leaving work under such conditions can be dangerous.You are free and can't imagine an adequate disaster scenario-go away and don't worry.Become a moderate nerd.

    You can get drunk.

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