Our job’s core purpose is to give us the opportunity to earn some bucks. However, it can be a shuttle of positivity that all the members ride towards a mutual goal.
Anyway, it doesn’t have to be perfect. All it needs to be is decent.
But a job that destroys you as a human being, physically, emotionally, spiritually or mentally is not worth it. What you work has a significant impact on who you will become.
So striving to find this balance between earning and happiness is important but it isn’t easy.
In every workplace challenges rise up from time to time. That’s normal. But some workplaces are just destructive.
Here are the 4 most important signs that tell you should quit your job!
1. Your work feels like a dead end.
Having a work that seems to be going nowhere is soul eating. You can try creating some positive changes in the workplace but if it’s still not going anywhere, than you should have a serious talk with your self about your goals.
If you need to suck it up for a goal, than do what you have to do. But if you are stuck within that workplace for no reason, than it’s time to move on.
This is a clear sign that you’re in the wrong place and you need to put yourself in a place where you will have the opportunity to rise.
2. Your work feels empty and unrewarding.
If your work feel emotionally unsatisfying or unrewarding than it will just drain your energy. If despite all your achievements, you still feel a tinge of emptiness inside, as if something is missing, you might be in the wrong workplace.
When we say unrewarding we mean about effort. If you do a lot of work and you feel you deserve a lot more for the energy you spend, but you get significantly less, than it’s not smart to stay in a place that does not give you your energy back.
If no matter how much you try to do your best, they still don’t see any value from your contributions, it’s time to quit. You are not wanted there, they just use you.
3. Your work is against your true purpose.
As the world’s consciousness is shifting to higher levels, a lot of people are seeking work where they can feel in spiritual alignment with their soul purpose.
It’s when you are in alignment with your heart and spirit where you find the fulfillment of your life.
Of course, even in today’s time it’s not really easy to make an earning from your soul’s purpose.
Sometimes it’s ok to work something that’s not your purpose, in the end your work is about earning.
But if you are in an industry that goes against your soul purpose than you are going against your whole being just to earn some bucks. It’s not worth it.
If you’re one of these people, you need to realize that your work is not as important as the reason you are alive for. Try to find a work that allows you to be you, in all your greatness.
4. Your work revolves around toxic people.
If your work revolves around toxic people that drain you of your positivity and energy, than you are not contributing to anything by doing what you do. You are feeding toxicity.
Unless what you do is your true purpose or passion, than you should think about changing careers because your health is at stake.
What you work is not going to be perfect, it’s not going to be smooth and always positive, but it doesn’t have to be toxic. What you do is in integrity with who you are, and the world doesn’t need any more toxic people, it needs positive healers, artists and scientists.